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Katerina Barone-Adesi 27/01/2015

Generating arbitrary test data

Most tests are useless without data, and the data they need to run can be fairly complicated. Generating a lot of data by hand sounds tedious, and would get rid of a lot of the advantages of generating tests; the flexibility and speed of having a large...

Katerina Barone-Adesi 27/01/2015

Improving Pflua's correctness with property-based checking

Creating a property-based tester and fixing several bugs - in one afternoonPflua, Igalia's implementation of Libpcap's filter language, is fast, and works very well. Like most software, it contains a few bugs, which unusual circumstances can...

Samuel Iglesias 24/01/2015


Next week  I am traveling to Brussels to attend FOSDEM but this time as speaker! My talk will explain why we need to test our OpenGL drivers with OpenGL conformance test suites, list the unofficial Free software ones and give a brief introduction about...

Jacobo Aragunde 22/01/2015

LibreOffice for Android at FOSDEM

Next week I’m flying to FOSDEM to let you know about our work in LibreOffice for Android, which has just been released in the Play Store. In my talk I will focus on the document browser, the new features we … Continue reading →

Javier Fernández 12/01/2015

Box Alignment and Grid Layout (II)

Some time has passed since my first post about the Box Alignment spec implementation status for Blink and WebKit web engines. I’ll do an update in this post and, since the gap between both web engines has grown considerably (I’ll do my best to...

Manuel Rego 08/01/2015

CSS Grid Layout 2014 Recap: Implementation Status

After the review of the changes in the CSS Grid Layout spec in my previous post, let’s focus now in the status of the implementation in Blink and WebKit. This post will try to cover what we’ve been doing in Igalia during 2014 around grid...

Xabier Rodríguez 07/01/2015

Streams API in WebKit at the Web Engines Hackfest

First of course I would like to thank Igalia for allowing me to use the company time to attend the hackfest and meeting such a group of amazing programmers! My purpose at the hackfest was to work with Youenn Fablet from Canon on implementing the...

Manuel Rego 30/12/2014

CSS Grid Layout 2014 Recap: Specification Evolution

Year 2014 is coming to an end, so it’s the perfect timing to review what has happened regarding the CSS Grid Layout spec, which Igalia has been implementing in both Blink and WebKit engines, as part of our collaboration with Bloomberg. I was...

Philippe Normand 15/12/2014

Web Engines Hackfest 2014

Last week I attended the Web Engines Hackfest. The event was sponsored by Igalia (also hosting the event), Adobe and Collabora. As usual I spent most of the time working on the WebKitGTK+ GStreamer backend and Sebastian Dröge kindly joined and...

Javier Fernández 11/12/2014

Web Engines Hackfest 2014

An awesome week is coming to the end and I’d like to thanks the sponsors for helping us to make possible that such an amazing group of hackers could work together to improve the web. We focused on some of the consolidated web engines but also about...