I think that it’s well-established by now that the majority of desktop software will move to the browser at some point. It happened to e-mail, calendar, word processing and many more applications already. But here’s a crazy idea: what if we move the server to the browser as well? The past week I’ve been playingContinue reading “Moving the Server to the Browser”
The Chromium team got a first page rendering on the Mac version of Google Chrome. Finally. Over the last couple of months, the group working on Mac Chrome (myself included) has shifted gears from layout tests and WebKit compatibility to getting the application user interface up and limping. That also means getting the separate WebCoreContinue reading “Mac Chrome renders first page”
Project Draw: a Vision-like tool in the browser (uses Google Gears, so probably also works off-line) WWW SQL Designer: an in-browser visual relational database designer. Who would’ve expected that in 1992?