WebKit ends its use of prefixes following Microsoft’s decision to make Edge support WebKit prefixes
WebKit’s new feature policy is to implement experimental features unprefixed, behind a runtime flag.
We’ll be evaluating existing features on a case-by-case basis. We expect to significantly reduce the number of prefixed properties supported over time but Web compatibility will require us to keep around prefixed versions of some features.
Read the announcement at WebKit
Prompt users of Chrome on mobile to add your web app as an icon on their homescreen with one click
Paul Kinlan writes:
In Chrome 42 (M42 – that is now in Beta) we are introducing “App Install Banners”. App Install Banners give you the ability to have your users quickly and seamlessly install your Web App as per the images below.
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Code and debug a Firefox OS app within Firefox: all layout and styling, including the home screen, can be manipulated in the dev toolbar
Create, edit, and test a new Web application right from your browser. It lets you install and test apps on Firefox OS devices and simulators and integrates the Firefox Developer Tools for seamless debugging and inspection across those devices. This is a first step towards debugging across various platforms and devices over WiFi using ope
Read more at Mozilla Hacks