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Private by Design: How we built Firefox Sync - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
Firefox sync keeps data secure from Mozilla by using the passphrase to generate 2 keys - one authenticates to Mozilla's servers and the other is used to encrypt/decrypt *in the client*. Article discusses why they thought this approach was better for users than several alternatives used by other browsers.
privacy  security  encryption  firefox  via:HackerNews  design  architecture  chrome  browsers 
yesterday by mcherm
CSS and Network Performance
Articles on CSS, OOCSS, front-end architecture, scalability and performance.
css  webperf  performance  browsers 
2 days ago by tedw » Blog von Thomas Steiner » homoblogiens
“it turns out that the CSS spec writers and browser implementors are actually pretty darn smart about this:

The thing is, the user could always decide to resize their window (impacting width, height, aspect ratio), to print the document, etc., and even things that at first sight seem static (like the resolution) can change when a user with a multi-screen setup moves a window from say a Retina laptop screen to a bigger desktop monitor, or the user can unplug their mouse, and so on.”
webdesign  css  browsers  performance 
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