Mozilla’s technical evangelist Paul Rouget tears into Microsoft, claiming that while Internet Explorer 9 is “definitely better than IE8 and a step in the right direction,” it’s still not a modern browser.
on 02/17/2011 – Made popular on 02/17/2011
WebRTC, the plugin-free real-time video, audio and text chat protocol most browser vendors now support, is now activated by default in the latest bleeding edge Firefox Nightly release. While Mozilla has long backed WebRTC, it was only available as an option in the Nightly releases so far.
Even though Microsoft itself would prefer to change this, many users still rely on older versions of Internet Explorer. For developers, this means spending hours on testing their web apps to ensure they work on IE8 and IE7, for example.
Mozilla, patron del famosissimo browser Firefox, sta pensando se sia il caso di terminare o rallentare lo sviluppo del “compare” di Firefox ovvero Thunderbird, il noto client di posta.
Thunderbird nasce nel 2004 e da allora è entrato nei desktop e nei cuori di milioni di utenti; oggi come oggi è l’unico vero rivale di Microsoft Outlook, e secondo il mio modesto pare sarebbe una g
The desktop’s future isn’t bright, but it isn’t likely to go away anytime soon, Microsoft’s Chief Evangelist Steven Guggenheimer told me last week during a brief interview in St. Petersburg, Russia on the sidelines of Microsoft’s Imagine Cup finals there.
While Google Chrome and other modern web-browsers -- even modern versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer -- support separate processes between the user-interface and other rendering tasks, notably missing from the threading party has been Mozilla Firefox. Mozilla developers, however, have been working towards a multi-process Firefox.