January 9, 2003

On Safari

Safari

John Gruber has the best write-up I’ve seen so far of the ins, outs, and wherefores of Apple’s new web browser.

David Hyatt, meanwhile, is doing an amazing job of explaining various decisions made in the development of Safari, defending those choices against critics, disclaiming allegations of bad behavior on the part of Apple engineers, and alerting people to fixes, hacks and other noteworthy technical hoo-ha pertaining to Safari’s development.

Also, Mark Pilgrim’s instantaneous review of Safari (which was posted within 10 minutes of the software becoming available) continues to be refined and extended. His Safari report is a wealth of information on CSS bugs many of which have reportedly already been repaired in the next version of Safari.

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