Browsers and Bugs 08/2015

by Michael Scharnagl

This article has been updated the last time on February 27, 2015 and the given information may be not accurate anymore. Feel free to contact me on twitter to get more details.

Hello and Welcome to issue 8 of Browsers and Bugs. Happy testing!

Browsers, Bugs and Workarounds

The Pointer Events specification became a W3C Recommendation.

Posts on standards & Apple’s influence: Tired of Safari by PPK, Apple’s Web by Tim Kadlec and Apple, Business, and Standards by Aaron Gustafson.

Firefox Version 36.0

Unicode-range, object-fit, will-change & Promise inspection arrive in Firefox

Fetch Event support in Firefox Nightly

A break from the past

The birth of Microsoft’s new web rendering engine

Bug 330884

This privacy flaw has caused my fiancé and I to break-up after having dated for 5 years.

Spartan To Remove The 300ms Delay, Pointer Events Become W3C Recommendation

PolyBrowser

New browser build on top of Firefox

Debugging, Testing and more

DevTools for Designers

Explore what Chrome DevTools could do for designers.

Node reordering by drag/drop in Firefox DevTools inspector!

Will soon land in Firefox Nightly Builds.

cubic-bezier

Editable cubic-bezier easing graphs (plus frames view) now in Chrome Canary.

Promise debugging support now in Firefox Devtools

Chrome Devtools extensions for ClojureScript developers

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