Posts Tagged ‘browsers’

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  1. 05 Feb, 2020

    Switching to Firefox

    I switched my default browser on both desktop and mobile to Firefox. It was incredibly painless to do and literally haven’t noticed anything different besides the UI. Reasons My reasons for switching? I’m not entirely sure to be honest. While […]

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  2. 19 Sep, 2019

    Initial thoughts on standardizing form controls

    Here’s Greg Whitworth with some good analysis and plan forward about how the platform can give more styling control to form controls. LONG OVERDUE. Source: Initial thoughts on standardizing form controls | Greg Whitworth

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  3. 06 Dec, 2018

    The State of Web Browsers – Late 2018 edition

    This is a brutally honest, true article about the state of web browsers. It’s unfortunate the author unnecessarily said “went full retard” (a movie reference) because the rest of the post is dead on. The stuff about Firefox rang especially […]

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  4. 04 Sep, 2018

    Google Chrome’s biggest challenge at age 10 might just be its own success

    The folks at @CNET interviewed me for a piece they did for Google Chrome’s 10 year anniversary. I’m quoted talking about the dangers of a browser monoculture, but also praising Chrome for speeding up the time it takes browsers to […]

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