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Können Web Components die Web-Welt revolutionieren?

Bevor wir diese Frage beantworten können, müssen wir im ersten Schritt analysieren, was man unter dem Begriff Web Components versteht. Nach dem World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) soll die Web Components Spezifikation einen Weg bereitstellen, mit dem man Web-Anwendungen in … Continue reading

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The web starts to blink: Chrome drops WebKit as its rendering engine – announces Blink

Recently, concerns arised that WebKit could become the new IE6 (the majority of web developers optimized and tested only for compatibility with IE6 before the great browser wars). As it turns out, these concerns will not fullfill, as the world’s … Continue reading

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Opera is switching to WebKit

Opera announced that they are abandoning their own browser rendering engine Presto. They decided to switch to the Open-Source rendering engine WebKit (used by Chrome and Safari) and the JavaScript engine V8 (used by Chrome). The Opera browser will be … Continue reading

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Javascript performance comparision

Nice article about comparing javascript framework performance on different browsers: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/library/wa-aj-advjquery/index.html?ca=dgr-twtrjQuery-Intrameddth-WD&S_TACT=105AGY83&S_CMP=TWDW You saw that jQuery can be considered one of the faster libraries you can choose. However, you also saw that even if you choose one of the fast JavaScript … Continue reading

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