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Rails : Capybara Webkit : Issue : Multiple JS events in single example

I recently moved from Selenium Web Driver to Thoughtbot’s Capybara Webkit as JS Driver for Capybara. The main reason is, webkit is super fast in running the test suite and its headless (no browser pops up ) . 131 more words

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'Huge' number of Mac apps vulnerable to hijacking, and a fix is elusive

”Camtasia, uTorrent, and a large number of other Mac apps are susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks that install malicious code, thanks to a vulnerability in Sparkle, the third-party software framework the apps use to receive updates,” Dan Goodin reports for Ars Technica. 274 more words


An oldie but a goodie: iWebKit

A web app framework allows anyone with little to no programing knowledge to create a website that is designed specifically for smartphone and tablet devices. There are a few out on the internet to choose from, depending a lot on your own taste and what you want to achieve with the web app. 170 more words


Browsing With The Raspberry Pi: First Impressions

Following my setup of the WiFi connection, I have spent the last few evenings testing basic browsing using the Raspberry Pi, and I thought I would sum up my first impressions of my experiences. 768 more words

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The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Boasts The Webkit Android Browser As Does The Htc Desire Hd

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc offers the WebKit Android browser as does the HTC Desire HD for browsing web pages in full HTML and allows you to add further clarity with the pan and zoom feature. 15 more words

Writing your own content-blocker for Safari 9 in El Capitan: 5, you're on your own now

Having joined the Apple Developer Program, you will discover how to obtain a Safari Extensions signing certificate. As usual, Apple guides you through the process in perfect detail, and your certificate will be installed on your Mac. 410 more words


Writing your own content-blocker for Safari 9 in El Capitan: 4, write, test, debug…

Well it turns out that you can actually create your own content-blockers for Safari 9 under OS X 10.10 and 10.11 without going through the process of registering as a developer and obtain a signing certificate. 389 more words