DarKtears

or Alexis Menard in the real world.

Week 24 Intel and Chromium : Timeout support for XHR, unprefixing of @viewport rule and memory improvements.

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This update covers week 24 on Intel’s work in Chromium and Blink.

Blink :

  • Dominik Rottsches landed timeout support for XHR.
  • Alexis Menard landed a refactor to decrease memory footprint of CSSProperty’s metadata in some scenarios.
  • Mrunal Kapade fixed a bug in SVG animations.
  • Dongseong Hwang continued cleanups in the graphic code.
  • Kenneth Rohde Christiansen removed support for device-width|height for @viewport rule following a spec change. He also unprefixed the @viewport rule of CSS Device Adaptation spec after putting the feature behing a runtime flag.
  • Jun A Jiang improved some drawing operations and test infrastructure.

Chromium :

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Author: darktears

Software Engineer at Intel Corporation.

One thought on “Week 24 Intel and Chromium : Timeout support for XHR, unprefixing of @viewport rule and memory improvements.

  1. Thx for the updates.
    On a didenotry: am I the only mobile user who gets ridiculously in fonts in the mobile version? The full version shows just fine.
    Opera mobile.

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