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Midori – A Lightweight Web Browser

http://tuxtweaks.com

If you've been looking for a nice WebKit based web browser for Linux, Midori is a browser worth checking out. Although it's still in early stages of development (the current version is 0.2.5,) it provides a fairly complete set of features for a web browser.

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Created by Linerd 4 years 6 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 6 weeks ago
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Diving into WebKit

http://www.haiku-os.org

At the moment, I have mixed feelings. Not about writing blogs. Not about working on WebKit. But about using the new WebKit browser to write the blog entry, haha! I've seen it crash, although in the last days, it has become pretty stable.

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Why oh why did Epiphany have to ditch Gecko?

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If you read my review of Ubuntu 9.10 “Karmic Koala” you probably noticed that GNOME’s Epiphany web browser has ditched it’s Gecko rendering engine for the WebKit engine.

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GNOME 2.28 Switches to WebKit

http://www.linux-magazine.com

GNOME 2.28 provides a few new features and improvements to well-known functions and components. So the GNOME Epiphany browser now uses the sleak WebKit that makes apps such as Google Chrome work faster.

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Midori: Extremely Fast and Standards-Compliant

http://tombuntu.com

Midori is a lightweight GTK web browser which uses the popular WebKit rendering engine. I installed it on my Eee PC netbook to see if it could replace Firefox for light browsing.

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Firefox Nightly Beats Chrome in Speed And Webkit Nightly Eats Them For Breakfast.

http://www.linuxhaxor.net

We already knew that Firefox nightly beats Chrome in speed, the gap is getting wider with the latest Firefox builds (3.2a1pre). While Google Chrome uses webkit as a layout engine it uses it’s own javascript engine called V8. On the other hand webkit developers are quietly tweaking away its SquirrelFish engine for javascript speed increase.

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Created by serdar 5 years 31 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 31 weeks ago
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Midori - a Lightweight WebKit Browser for Linux

http://fosswire.com

There are a couple of others (Konqueror, Epiphany), but the primary open source browser that you’re likely to be using on Linux is Firefox. Now don’t get me wrong, Firefox is great for a lot of things. It is endlessly customisable and has ubiquitous support from website developers. It does have disadvantages too, however, including not exactly being the quickest beast out there.

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Created by ford prefect 5 years 33 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 33 weeks ago
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Why Mozilla is committed to Gecko as WebKit popularity grows

http://arstechnica.com

In the wake of Google's release of the new WebKit-based Chrome browser, some technology enthusiasts are beginning to wonder if the days are numbered for Mozilla's Gecko rendering engine.

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Google Chrome: Google will distribute a Free Software browser

http://googleblog.blogspot.com

I think it's time for Mozilla to value software freedom... Dear Mozilla, please, embrace the Free Software Movement, and talk about "Freedom"!

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Created by can.axis 5 years 45 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 45 weeks ago
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GStreamer brings HTML5 video support to GTK/WebKit

http://arstechnica.com

The GTK port of the WebKit HTML rendering engine has gained support for the HTML5 video element. The media backend, which uses GStreamer, was implemented by Pierre-Luc Beaudoin of Collabora. Developer Alp Toker integrated the backend with GTk/WebKit's Cairo graphics pipeline, making it possible for the video content to be embedded in SVG and manipulated with CSS and JavaScript.

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Created by sharkswithlazers 6 years 30 weeks ago – Made popular 6 years 30 weeks ago
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