Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Oct 2012 01:44 UTC, submitted by MOS6510
Mozilla & Gecko clones "Just under a month ago I wrote a personal post about my thoughts on Firefox OS and why I think there is something 'magical' about what it stands for and the possibilities it brings to the table. This post is a follow-up that aims to cover much of the same ground but with extra detail and more of a technical focus."
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dsmogor
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2005-09-01

If the only result of FFOS would be sufficient and validated in a real world set of JS APIs that are standard and that Apple and Google must implement (preserving FFOS performance) then the project can be considered a success.

I see an unobvious ally to what FF guys are trying to do: Microsoft.
Having an web view engine that is order of magnitude faster that competition would prompt web devs to finally give the platform some love.

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Mrokii Member since:
2011-01-04

If the only result of FFOS would be sufficient and validated in a real world set of JS APIs that are standard and that Apple and Google must implement (preserving FFOS performance) then the project can be considered a success.


Which isn't going to happen, imho. They can't be forced to do that.

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