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Looking inside WebKit and the macOS dispatching systems using log data

Last week I showed some simple analyses of log data which revealed how the macOS unified log can reflect activities and patterns of app usage from many weeks earlier. 982 more words


Apple details web developer tips on designing for the iPhone X

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

Today, the team behind Safari’s web browser engine, WebKit, have detailed how designers should be building sites for the iPhone X. The upcoming iPhone’s sensor housing, aka “notch,” has presented new challenges for designers and developers alike. 480 more words


GtkBuilder, Vala and WebKit

This article is about a set of bugs that used to exist, and are in various stages of getting fixed. As such this is merely a historical anecdote. 255 more words


Writing my first Web Browser in Python with GTK

Installing packages

Before starting, make sure that you have installed development packages such as pygobject3-devel and webkitgtk3-devel.

Creating your first script

We are going to start from the beginning, by creating an empty window: 1,133 more words

Julita Inca

Contact Form 7 & Lay Theme: Show Radio Buttons in Chrome & Safari

Apparantly, some WordPress theme authors (accidentally?) override the display of radio buttons and checkboxes of the popular Contact Form 7 plugin in Chrome and Safari browsers. 50 more words


Switch console flaw leaves Nintendo looking flat-footed

Barely two weeks after going on sale, someone has hacked the Nintendo Switch console using an old Apple iOS flaw in a browser that’s not officially supposed to be on the machine. 459 more words

Nintendo Switch Already Hacked

It’s a tale as old as time. Something new comes along and we, as inquisitive humans, want to know what’s inside and how it works. Well that’s what  happened recently when a hacker who goes by ‘qwertyoruiop’ proved he had found an exploit for the newly released Nintendo Switch. 205 more words