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Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Test The Web Forward coming to Beijing and Paris

Adobe, in partnership with multiple organizations and individuals, is organizing two Test The Web Forward hackathons in Beijing (October 20-21) and Paris (October 26-27). The goal of these events is to bring the web community together to create test cases in order to improve the quality of the web – Like the slogan says “Better... Continue reading →

Web Inspector Support for CSS Regions

Now that developers and designers can start using CSS regions in WebKit, we decided it was time to give them some developer tools. The web inspector in the latest version of Chrome Canary now has support for: Finding all the named flows in a document. Displaying the content and the region chain for each named... Continue reading →

CSS Custom Filters Now Available Under Flag in Chrome Canary

Chrome Canary now has a flag to enable CSS custom filters. In Canary, enter “about:flags” in the address bar, find “Enable CSS Shaders”, click “Enable”, and relaunch Canary. Then, check out our samples to explore the power of custom filters! For an explanation of Chrome flags, check out Christian Cantrell’s video. Continue reading →

Crowdsourcing a feature support matrix using QUnit and Browserscope

This article is loosely based on @razvancaliman’s awesome post. The idea While we were working on the CSS Regions feature, one of the things people asked, from quite early on, was a way of telling what CSS Regions features were supported in what version of the different browsers out there. In the beginning, “Get the... Continue reading →