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Opera on Blackberry: disappointment

May 21, 2008


I’ve been using Opera Mini 4.1 on my Blackberry for a couple of weeks now, and it’s a great browser, with support for plenty of advanced browser features, fantastic mobile-enhanced page rendering and a transparent proxy solution that makes 2.5G browsing bearable. But the browser suffers from its lack of integration with its host operating […]

IE8 – the death of progressive enhancement?

February 3, 2008


At Foocamp today there was a lively debate about IE8’s controversial approach to rendering engine switching. Personally, I think the approach sounds good. Like most people, I don’t love the way it introduces a new meta tag. But I’ve also always thought the use of the DOCTYPE to control quirks-mode switching is a bit of […]