Non-interactive Elements with the inert attribute
Learn how the inert attribute provides an efficient way to hide elements from assistive technology and disable element interactions such as being focused, clicked, edited, or selected.
Working together on Interop 2022
From the very beginning, the web was always intended to work in any browser, on any computer.
The File System Access API with Origin Private File System
WebKit supports new API that makes it possible for web apps to create, open, read, and write files directly, or create directories and enumerate their contents.
Introducing the Dialog Element
Safari Technology Preview 105 and Safari in the latest iOS 14.3 beta enabled support for the MediaRecorder API by default.
Meet Face ID and Touch ID for the Web
People often see passwords are the original sin of authentication on the web.
Async Clipboard API
Safari 13.1 adds support for the async Clipboard API.
Web Animations in Safari 13.1
With the release of iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and Safari 13.1 in macOS Catalina 10.15.4, web developers have a new API at their disposal: Web Animations.
ResizeObserver in WebKit
For years now, web developers have desired the ability to design components that are responsive to their container instead of the viewport.
What’s New in the Payment Request API for Apple Pay
Since announcing last April that WebKit supports the W3C Payment Request API for Apple Pay, we’ve been hard at work adding even more features to the API.
On the Road to WebRTC 1.0, Including VP8
Safari 11 was the first Safari version to support WebRTC.