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Official Twitter account for the WebKit Open Source Project — the web browser engine that powers Safari and other apps on macOS, iOS, Windows and Linux.
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WebKit Jul 10
Release notes are now available for Safari Technology Preview 87 which includes updates for Web Sockets, Payment Request, Web Inspector and more.
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WebKit Jul 9
WebDriver is coming to Safari in iOS 13! Learn how to get started, port your existing desktop-oriented tests, and get details about changes in behavior and safeguards.
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Myles C. Maxfield Jul 8
Do you write WebGL code? We'd love to talk with you to help design WebGPU, the successor to WebGL! Tell us all your pain points! mmaxfield@apple.com
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WebKit Jun 26
Release notes are now available for Safari Technology Preview 86 which includes updates for Pointer Events, JavaScript, Web Assembly, and more.
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WebKit Jun 21
Learn about the new bytecode format in JavaScriptCore that uses 50% less memory, which is a 10% overall memory usage savings on JavaScript-heavy websites.
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Dean Jackson Jun 12
You can have video with an alpha channel in Catalina/iOS 13 (everyone probably knew this by now but it's really cool so worth saying again). We've always supported audio with an alpha channel :)
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Jonathan Davis Jun 6
Universal links is now available on macOS Catalina betas! Be sure to check out the "What's New in Universal Links" session from for all of the latest enhancements.
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WebKit Jun 6
Find out how easy it is to handle Dark Mode for webpages, HTML email, and web content in apps so they fit in perfectly with user settings. Watch the “Supporting Dark Mode in Your Web Content” session from
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WebKit Jun 6
The Payment Request API implementation in WebKit is more capable than ever. Read about “What’s New in the Payment Request API for Apple Pay” blog post for details.
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WebKit Jun 6
Learn how to improve the power efficiency of your web content with a walkthrough and demo of the new CPU timeline in Web Inspector from the “Understanding CPU Usage with Web Inspector” session from .
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WebKit Jun 6
Learn about the all new CPU Timeline in Web Inspector in Safari 13 and Safari Technology Preview that helps web developers measure the CPU usage of a page, estimate the energy impact, and easily identify where code can be improved to save power.
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WebKit Jun 6
Discover "What's New in Authentication, Safari, and WebKit" in the WWDC session at 11 AM today. And don't miss your chance to ask your questions directly to engineers in the lab immediately after the session starting at noon.
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WebKit Jun 6
App developers can use the new Link Presentation framework to present URLs in a visually rich and consistent way. Learn more details from the “Embedding and Sharing Visually Rich Links” session.
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WebKit Jun 5
If you're interested in creating your own Audit for Web Inspector there a blog post for that too. Read "Creating Web Inspector Audits" for more info.
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WebKit Jun 5
For more details you can read the blog post "Audits in Web Inspector".
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WebKit Jun 5
See the WWDC session on new tools in Web Inspector for auditing web content and learn how you can incorporate custom audits into your development workflows.
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WebKit Jun 5
Safari Technology Preview 84 is available—now for macOS Catalina betas—with the same features in Safari 13, including refreshed favorites design, switch to tab from Smart Search Field, and warnings for weak passwords. Get more details in the release notes.
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WebKit Jun 5
See the WWDC presentation "Introducing Desktop-class Browsing for iPad" to learn about all of the new features and coding best practices in this milestone advancement of the web platform on iPad.
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Theresa O’Connor 🏳️‍🌈 May 31
The web's security model is amazing. People click on links to unknown destinations & trust that bad things won't happen to them when they do so. It is so, so important as we design web APIs to preserve and to earn that trust, and to avoid eroding it to a death by a thousand cuts.
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WebKit May 29
Release notes are now available for Safari Technology Preview 83 which includes WebAuthN enabled by default, Pointer Event fixes, changes to the Storage Access API, rendering improvements, and more.
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