BrowserLab 1.5.3 is now live!
As part of our ongoing efforts to keep the browsers in BrowserLab current and relevant, we’ve released BrowserLab v1.5.3 today. This release added Chrome 9 and 10 (Windows), Internet Explorer 9, and Firefox 4 RC (Windows). In addition, we’ve updated Safari to 5.0.4 (OS X).
When we do these kinds of releases, we also update our browser servers to include the latest system updates and security patches. The other notable change we made was to enable Font Smoothing on our Windows Server 2003 browser servers – now all of our browser servers have Font Smoothing enabled.
Tell a friend about BrowserLab! We need your help to raise awareness. In addition to this blog, there are a few ways to stay in touch with us:
Twitter: @adobebrowserlab, @brucebowman
BrowserLab User Forums: http://forums.adobe.com/community/cslive/browserlab
Next up: we’re working on more browser updates for OS X, as well as an update for our BrowserLab for Firebug extension so it will work with Firebug 1.7. You can expect these changes to come soon.
We’d love to hear from you in the comments!
Adobe BrowserLab product manager
Adobe’s web pro team is at SxSWi in Austin this week. If you’re going to be there too, please find us and say hello!
We’re going to be participating in several sessions on topics including multiscreen development, mobile projects, our work with the jQuery team, and will be hosting the Interactive Awards party. We will be giving a sneak preview of new BrowserLab, Dreamweaver and Flash Professional features at our session on Tuesday!
Our schedule of sessions/events: http://austin2011.sched.org/adobesxsw.
Follow us on twitter: @adobesxsw, #adobesxsw, and @adobebrowserlab
BrowserLab product manager