Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 33

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 33

Safari Technology Preview Release 33 is now available for download for macOS Sierra and betas of macOS High Sierra.

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Auto-Play Policy Changes for macOS

Auto-Play Policy Changes for macOS

This is a guest post from the Safari team about changes to how Safari handles HTML5 video and audio auto-play.

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Announcing WebRTC and Media Capture

Announcing WebRTC and Media Capture

Today we are thrilled to announce WebKit support for WebRTC, available on Safari on macOS High Sierra, iOS 11, and Safari Technology Preview 32.

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Safari Technology Preview 32, with WebRTC, is Now Available

Safari Technology Preview 32, with WebRTC, is Now Available

Safari Technology Preview Release 32 is now available for download for macOS Sierra.

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Assembling WebAssembly

Assembling WebAssembly

WebAssembly in WebKit.

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Intelligent Tracking Prevention

Intelligent Tracking Prevention

The success of the web as a platform relies on user trust.

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JSC 💕 ES6

JSC 💕 ES6

Update: The previous version of this post showed performance data from ARES-6 version 1.0.

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Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 31

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 31

Safari Technology Preview Release 31 is now available for download for macOS Sierra.

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Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 30

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 30

Safari Technology Preview Release 30 is now available for download for macOS Sierra.

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Responsive Design for Motion

Responsive Design for Motion

WebKit now supports the prefers-reduced-motion media feature, part of CSS Media Queries Level 5, User Preferences.

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Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 29

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 29

Safari Technology Preview Release 29 is now available for download for macOS Sierra.

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A Few Words on Fetching Bytes

A Few Words on Fetching Bytes

The Fetch API is a replacement to XMLHttpRequest, providing the lowest-level set of options possible in the context of a web page.

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