Brendan Eich, one of the founders of Mozilla, has recently announced the launch of a new startup, and much like Mozilla, this venture too has a lot to do with web browsing. Meet Brave, a new web browser that will block all advertisements by default.
Web Inspector, the popular open source web development tool for Safari web browser, is now ten years old. For a decade now, Web Inspector has helped developers prototype, inspect and debug their code on iOS and Mac devices.
Drupal, the world’s second most popular Content Management System, recently completed 15 years of active development. The first version of Drupal was released back in January 2000, and as such, it has completed over a decade and a half of development, and still continues to grow strong.
jQuery recently completed ten years of active development. Furthermore, jQuery have also announced the release of jQuery 3.0 Beta, and you can start using it in your test projects right away. jQuery 3.0 comes loaded with many new features. For instance, it has made changes to .show() and .hide() methods. Plus, jQuery.Deferred is now Promises/A+…
Mozilla has decided to shut down its social login platform, Persona. Launched in 2012, Persona has served as a social login service, acting as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter social logins. However, amidst the growing popularity of other social logins, Persona has failed to gather popularity, and that is the reason for its shutdown.
Google has recently confirmed that it has released a core ranking algorithm update. While many SEO experts and enthusiasts were assuming this to be the first step towards the Penguin update, it is not the case, and the new changes are part of a core ranking update.
Of late, Forbes.com had been asking its users to disable ad blockers (if any) in order to browse its website. Thus, if you had extensions such as AdBlock enabled in your browser and visited Forbes, you’d not be able to access the content until you disabled AdBlock. Many users did oblige and disabled their ad…