Articles tagged OSX

Run Two Versions of Firefox on Mac OSX
Last week Firefox 4.0 was released to the world. Web developers everywhere celebrated with delight, the new browser. Well, almost! The browser comes packed with a super-fast JavaScript engine called JägerMonkey, improved support for HTML5 and CSS3 and a bunch of new interface updates. Read more – ‘Run Two Versions of Firefox on Mac OSX’.
Apachectl Ulimit Error
Restarting Apache on my MacBook Pro today, using the command line argument sudo apachectl -k start resulted in a rather strange error Read more – ‘Apachectl Ulimit Error’.
Web 2.0 and Beyond with Silverlight and XAML
Microsoft is finally making real efforts to woo the designer community who have traditionally worshipped the Adobe and Mac product ranges. One new product that addresses this previously overlooked community is Silverlight, which uses the XAML technology and is touted as Microsoft’s Flash killer. For anyone who is keen to listen, Microsoft proposes that Silverlight will achieve similar results to Flash, but it does so in an entirely different way and has different aims. So, the big question is, will Microsoft be able to break the dominance of Adobe’s Flash platform, that is available on the PC, Mac and mobile devices alike? I’m sure the jury is out on that one, but it can be said it is an uphill task. Read more – ‘Web 2.0 and Beyond with Silverlight and XAML’.