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A GPU-Powered HTML5 Flickr Photo Viewer

June 3rd, 2010

With Internet Explorer 9, developers can build new classes of HTML5 applications that were previously not possible. We’re having fun building sample web applications that provide a glimpse into the types of experiences that hardware acceleration provides. In this post, we take a closer look at Flickr Explorer, one of the samples that we released…

*NIX family focus

June 3rd, 2010

I hope all of you aren’t tired of testing just yet. Because mere hours after releasing the previous one, here is yet another Opera snapshot (YAOS) for testing! For Mac, we have fixed a significant SVG drawing/animation regression from Peregrine, and optimized the start-up sequence to make it faster. Two crashers introduced with Opera 10.60…

Further Core updates and fixes

June 3rd, 2010

Here is a new build for all platforms with a few nice core fixes since the Opera 10.60 Alpha release. Give them a test and tell us what you think. With a bit of hard work on our part, a few more desktop specific fixes should be on their way to you soon. Known issues…

Drupal 6.17 released

June 2nd, 2010

Download Drupal 6.17 Drupal 6.17, a maintenance release fixing issues reported through the bug tracking system, is now available for download. There are no security fixes in this release. Upgrading your existing Drupal 6 sites is recommended. For more information about the Drupal 6.x release series, consult the Drupal 6.0 release announcement. Highlights of changes…

Firefox 3.6.4 Release Candidate Available for Download and Testing

June 1st, 2010

Editor’s note: On May 28, Mozilla announced the release candidate build of the next version of Firefox, which will include the Crash Protection for “out of process plugins” feature to help create a smoother, faster and more secure browsing experience for users. Early testing shows that this feature may protect users from a significant number…

Firefox Sync Graduates from Mozilla Labs

June 1st, 2010

Editor’s note: On May 28, Firefox Sync graduated from Mozilla Labs. For more details, check out Ragavan Srinivasan’s blog announcement, reposted below. We are excited to announce that the “Weave Sync” project from Mozilla Labs has officially graduated and is now being incorporated into the Firefox roadmap. “Weave Sync” is now named “Firefox Sync” and…