sean at pidigital.co.uk
Fri Jan 31 09:16:47 EST 2020
Brave is a Chromium based browser too but without the ads so this stands to reason it would be faster and better. Unfortunately, most corporations IT depts are unlikely to veer from using Google Chrome to other chromium strains. And this is the market I think LC HTML5 is going to prosper in the most for the future.
Harman, can you put together a priority list of items that need to be fixed in HTML5 deployment as I am currently adjusting the code. I mean things that should just work without running external JS workarounds like most of the key commands not working in a simple text field, etc.
All the best
Pi Digital Prod Ltd
> On 30 Jan 2020, at 18:31, hh via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> While testing intensively in the LC-HTML5 builder for
> cross-browser functionality of extensions I used
> Brave, Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
> My personal ranking in short:
> Safari is fastest with huge JS (the standalone engine),
> Firefox is slowest but has more special features,
> Chrome has most features (incl. caching technique).
> But the winner is the open-source browser Brave:
> Fast as Safari, features as Chrome and runs (close to
> the same on all OS) on MacOS, Windows, Linux, Android
> and iOS.
> https://brave.com/download/ (scroll down for mobile)
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