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Call all Node.js modules directly from DOM and enable a new way of writing applications

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node-webkit is an app runtime based on Chromium and node.js. You can write native apps in HTML and JavaScript with node-webkit. It also lets you call Node.js modules directly from the DOM and enables a new way of writing native applications with all Web technologies. 36 more words

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CordovaStabilizer - Chromium Analysis - WebKit

This video gives very useful information about how google changed WebKit for Chrome. Chrome still use WebKit API, this part is important.

In 2009, when Google started to build chromium, WebKit was in src/WebKit. 93 more words

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Coffeequate: Algebra in the browser

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No matter how hard you try, -webkit-calc() is not going to be able to solve an equation. Neither is JavaScript. That’s where Coffeequate comes in. 19 more words

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Hide the VLC cone icon in the browser-plugin-vlc for Linux (Mozilla or Webkit) (Debian way)

The next instructions describes how to proceed to hide the VLC cone icon in the VLC plugin for Web browsers. I think this tip can be useful for another ninjas in so far as there is not a lot of information on Internet which describes this. 160 more words

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What’s New in Node.js v0.12 – Running Multiple Instances in a Single Process

What’s New in Node.js v0.12 – Running Multiple Instances in a Single Process

An oft-requested feature is the ability to embed Node.js in other applications, particularly in ways that let it integrate with other event loops and (“while you’re at it”) with support for multiple Node execution contexts: that is, the ability to have multiple instances of Node co-exist peacefully within the same process. 332 more words

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