Sessions at Fluent 2012 about Browsers

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Wednesday 30th May 2012

  • Browsers: Chrome & Maxthon

    by Karl Mattson and Chris Wilson

    JavaScript started life in the Web browser and it's still the single
    most important runtime target for the language. In our series of
    browser talks, developers and representatives for each major browser
    will be showing off their latest work, what their browser means for
    you as a JavaScript developer, and where their future development is
    headed.

    At 11:50am to 12:30pm, Wednesday 30th May

    In Continental 2-3, Hilton San Francisco Union Square

  • Browsers: IE & Dolphin

    by Ryan Krems and Andrew Miadowicz

    JavaScript started life in the Web browser and it's still the single most important runtime target for the language. In our series of browser talks, developers and representatives for each major browser will be showing off their latest work, what their browser means for you as a JavaScript developer, and where their future development is headed.

    At 2:35pm to 3:15pm, Wednesday 30th May

    In Continental 2-3, Hilton San Francisco Union Square

  • Browsers: Firefox & Opera

    by Rob Hawkes and Luz Caballero

    JavaScript started life in the Web browser and it's still the single most important runtime target for the language. In our series of browser talks, developers and representatives for each major browser will be showing off their latest work, what their browser means for you as a JavaScript developer, and where their future development is headed.

    At 5:05pm to 5:45pm, Wednesday 30th May

    In Continental 2-3, Hilton San Francisco Union Square

    Coverage slide deck

Thursday 31st May 2012

  • How We Learnt To Stop Worrying And Love The Browser

    by Angus Croll and Dan Webb

    As we rebuilt twitter.com's front end architecture we got an opportunity to draw from our combined years of JavaScript triumphs and disasters to develop a brand new front-end infrastructure. The collection of patterns that we've made use of are based around simple principles: Don't fight the browser, don't fight JavaScript and always use the right tool for the job.

    At 11:50am to 12:30pm, Thursday 31st May

    In Golden Gate 4-5, Hilton San Francisco Union Square

  • How WebKit Renders the Web

    by Levi Weintraub

    WebKit is one of the most popular browser rendering engines, powering Chrome, Safari, Android and iPhones. Learn how it brings your markup to your screen! This talk will cover WebKit's history, architecture, primary data structures, main flow with a focus on layout and rendering. We'll also touch on some up and coming features.

    At 3:45pm to 4:25pm, Thursday 31st May

    In Continental 1, Hilton San Francisco Union Square