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.
IntersectionObserver in WebKit
Web authors often need to know when a particular element on a page becomes visible.
Web High Level Shading Language
This article is introducing a new graphics shading language for the Web named Web High Level Shading Language (WHLSL, pronounced “whistle”).
Deprecation of Legacy TLS 1.0 and 1.1 Versions
Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a critical security protocol used to protect web traffic.
Web Animations in WebKit
Introducing the Payment Request API for Apple Pay
We’re pleased to announce that Safari 11.1 on macOS and Safari on iOS 11.3 now support the W3C Payment Request API for conducting Apple Pay transactions on the web.
Clipboard API Improvements
The Clipboard API provides a mechanism for websites to support accessing the system pasteboard (pasteboard is the macOS and iOS counterpart to clipboard on Windows and Linux).
Protecting Against HSTS Abuse
HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a security standard that provides a mechanism for web sites to declare themselves accessible only via secure connections, and to tell web browsers where to go to get that secure version.
Workers at Your Service
Update: A previous version of this post stated the Service Worker API is available in all applications using WKWebView.
Update on Web Cryptography
Cryptography is the cornerstone of information security, including various aspects such as data confidentiality, data integrity, authentication, and non-repudiation.