Opera Makes the Move to the Open-Source WebKit Rendering Engine

By HTMLGoodies Staff


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In a move that has created some anxiety in the Web development community, Opera has decided to switch from a home-built rendering engine to the more widely used open-source WebKit the same as that currently in use by such software developers as Apple Safari and Google Chrome browsers. The bottom line is, it more sense to their experts working with the open source communities versus developing their own rendering engine. Read the full story here.

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