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A sad day - Opera will support -webkit prefixes

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Today something which I consider sad happened, Opera announced that it will be supporting some -webkit prefixes. (netmagazine.com) They do so, because:

Opera joins in Jobs v Flash argument

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Some interesting comments Opera's product analyst Phillip Grønvold on the future of flash. I think they are right, flash has it's place. But it's usage for video for example is an excellent example of what you should use HTML5 for nowadays.
"But flash as a video container makes very little sense for CPU, WiFi battery usage etcetera…

Opera mini on the iphone

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After a long wait, it's finally being released into the app store. Opera mini brings many things to the iphone:.tabbed browsingKeep several pages open at the same time and easily switch between them using tabs – just as you would on your desktop computer. On touchscreen devices, visual tabs even allow you to see a preview …

Light at the end of the tunnel

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After years of domination, finally IE's share is starting to slide down to a respectable level. Web developers rejoice! Go and read for your self here:Internet Explorer's progressive slide continues: Microsoft's browser is down to 66.10 percent from 73.01 percent a year ago. Half of that loss has been taken up by Firefox (up from 19.03 …

Console.log for IE

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I write a lot of javascript in my present project. Doing this, I just love firebug and more to the point the console.log function that it lets me use. Bummer is only that it doesn't work in IE, the one browser that needs javascript debugging most. It also throws javascript error in IE when used. That …