The list of new features I’ve detected are:
• Accelerometer and Gyroscope support through the DeviceOrientation API
• WebSockets API from HTML5
• Updated HTML5 Form Support
• Partial XHR-2 Support
• Print Support
• New DOM events
• Enhanced SVG and Canvas support
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dow C.” for the heads up.]
It’s snappy too!
Article over at Threatpost, Safari/Webkit/iOS had more holes than a block of Swiss cheese.
@Bunches of Munches
You really are an asshole. Webkit is an open standard development published into the FOSS community by Apple which is adopted by, among others, MS for WP7 & Google for its Chrome browser on Android & desktop implementation. It’s certainly more secure than that piece of shit you have in your stinking Linux crapbook.
“It’s certainly more secure than that piece of shit you have in your stinking Linux crapbook.”
You mean that idiot keeps his brain in a netbook? I say throw the BoM out!
Webkit is just insecure as Flash, more so really.
Notice it’s all commercial companies using Webkit?
Sucking off the free labor of others?
Or is Apple or Google with their billions too cheap to hire some really skilled programmers?
You know what? I can defeat a evercookie with Firefox but you can’t. Because Apple and Google want to know every dirty little secret fetish you have.
Bunch of Munches: you are a moron of the highest order.
Please don’t feed the trolls. Without food BoM will shrivel even further and vanish like a cheshire cat without the smile.
…your stinking Linux crapbook.
MDN is hosted on a Linux server.
Guess that makes everything alright now huh?