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"Ever wanted to get rid of the scourge of the web that is Adobe Flash, but still retain the ability to view Flash whenever you want? With ClickToFlash, you can! Using ClickToFlash, all of those icky Flash bits that have infected most webpages on the internets are replaced with a nice, smooth gradient and the word "Flash" set in a nice, pleasing font. When you want to view the Flash, just click on it!"
internet  web  flash  browser  plugin  plugins  safari  macosx  youtube  clicktoflash  mac  osx  adobe  utility  webkit  opensource  extension  browsers 
october 2009 by robertogreco
SitePen Blog » Touching and Gesturing on the iPhone
"Everyone who owns an iPhone (or who has been holding out for an iPhone 3G) is bound to be excited about a lot of the new things the device can finally do, particularly the introduction of third-party applications. But those of us in the web development community have been itching for something further still: good web applications on the iPhone. This means we need a suitable replacement for mouse events. And boy did we get them! Though at first the APIs seem a little sketchy, once you’ve learned them you should be able to do amazing things in your application."
iphone  applications  webapps  development  coding  javascript  mobile  programming  webdesign  multitouch  safari  ajax  gestures  touch  webdev  tutorial  webkit  design  via:tomc  ios 
february 2009 by robertogreco
clicktoflash - Google Code
"WebKit plug-in to prevent automatic loading of Adobe Flash content"
macosx  adobeflash  plugins  osx  webkit  extension  safari  browsers  mac  browser 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Google on Google Chrome - comic book
Meant to post this the other day. Whatever your opinions about Chrome or even the storyline of the comics, you gotta admit that using a comic to introduce a new product is smart considering the audience AND Scott McCloud is a perfect choice for teaching/delivering technical details via comics.
scottmccloud  googlechrome  google  browsers  webkit  browser 
september 2008 by robertogreco
Google OS Is Actually a Browser: Google Chrome
"Google Blogoscoped posts an interesting comic book created by Scott McCloud that illustrates the features of Google Chrome, an open source browser based on WebKit. As usually, all the rumors related to Google are true and "Google Browser" is no exception."
webkit  google  browsers  googlechrome  browser 
september 2008 by robertogreco
Marketcircle: iPhoney
"iPhoney is not an iPhone simulator but instead is designed for web developers who want to create 320 by 480 (or 480 by 320) websites for use with iPhone. It gives you a canvas on which to test the visual quality of your designs."
iphone  mobile  webdev  webdesign  web  online  internet  webkit  testing  simulations  phones  emulators 
october 2007 by robertogreco
The WebKit Open Source Project
"WebKit is an open source web browser engine. WebKit is also the name of the Mac OS X system framework version of the engine that's used by Safari, Dashboard, Mail, and many other OS X applications."
webkit  widgets  javascript  html  freeware  browser  apple  safari  mac  osx  development  webdev  webdesign  extension  plugins  opensource  platform  coding  programming  browsers  emulators 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Surfin’ Safari - Blog Archive » Downloadable Fonts
"WebKit now supports CSS @font-face rules. With font face rules you can specify downloadable custom fonts on your Web pages or alias one font to another. This article on A List Apart describes the feature in detail. All of the examples linked to in that a
browser  css  design  fonts  download  typography  webkit  webdesign  webdev  software  style  safari  browsers 
october 2007 by robertogreco

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