Tag Archives: webkit

Building a Chat App with node-webkit, Firebase, and AngularJS


Building a Chat App with node-webkit, Firebase, and AngularJS
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Unofficial mirror of the WebKit SVN repository


via WebKit/webkit · GitHub.

Unofficial mirror of the WebKit SVN repository

GWT JSNI Example


via GWT JSNI Example | Examples Java Code Geeks.

In this example we will learn about GWT JSNI. The Google Web Toolkit is a development framework for creating Ajax-enabled web applications in Java. Tools and technologies used in this example are Java 1.8, Eclipse Luna 4.4.2, Eclipse GWT Plugin 2.6

Analysis of PS4’s security and the state of hacking


via PS4.

Since there haven’t been any major public announcements regarding PS4 hacking for a long time now, I wanted to explain a bit about how far PS4 hacking has come, and what is preventing further progression.

I will explain some security concepts that generally apply to all modern systems, and the discoveries that I have made from running ROP tests on my PS4.

If you are not particularly familiar with exploitation, you should read my article about exploiting DS games through stack smash vulnerabilities in save files first.

You may download my complete setup here to run these tests yourself; it is currently for firmware 1.76 only.

Sample Project: Use Famo.us and Angular to Create a Mobile Application


via Use Famo.us and Angular to Create a Mobile App.

This article is part of a web development series from Microsoft. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible.

I love high-performance JavaScript and I love sharing what I believe is its true potential. In this tutorial, I want to focus on Famo.us – it can allow you to maintain a silky smooth 60 frames per second while having fluid animations on screen. Famo.us does this by utilizing the CSS3 primitive -webkit-transform: matrix3d, which lets the framework compute the composite matrix and skip the browser’s renderer. No plug-in, no download, no hack. By appending this to each DIV, developers can render the composite matrix and go straight to the GPU.

I go more in depth when discussing the ins-and-outs of Famo.us in this blog post. Thanks again to Zack Brown for all of your assistance with this! Let’s get started:

By the end of this project you will be able to:

  • Understand how Angular works within the context of a Famo.us application
  • Harness the true power of JavaScript and the good parts of HTML5
  • Create smooth animations

My goal for this project to illustrate how easily you can create HTML5 / JS projects which work at near native speeds on mobile applications.

Web Inspector Console Improvements


via Surfin’ Safari – Blog Archive » Web Inspector Console Improvements.

The console is an essential part of Web Inspector. Evaluating expressions in the quick console is one of the primary ways of interacting with the inspected page. Logs, errors, and warnings emitted from the page show up in the console and exploring or interacting with these objects is a given while debugging.

We recently improved both the Console and Object views in Web Inspector to make it more powerful and fun to use. Our main focus was getting quicker access to useful data and modernizing it to work better with the new changes in JavaScript.

Quark Shell for Mac


via HackPlan/quark-shell-mac · GitHub.

Quark Shell helps you create cross-platform (currently Mac-only, Windows version coming soon) menubar/tray app using HTML and JavaScript without writing any native code. Quark Shell exposes a JavaScript object called quark to provide system functions. Quark Shell for Mac is based on WebKit.