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Gyuyoung Kim 26/06/2018

How to develop Chromium with Visual Studio Code?

How have you been developing Chromium? I have often been asked what is the best tool to develop Chromium. I guess Chromium developers have been usually using vim, emacs, cscope, sublime text, eclipse, etc. And they have used GDB or console …...

Igalia 21/06/2018

Meet Igalia at the Automotive Linux Summit 2018!

Igalia to talk about Browsers and Web Runtimes!

Diego Pino 14/06/2018

Fast checksum computation

An Internet packet generally includes two checksums: a TCP/UDP checksum and an IP checksum. In both cases, the checksum value is calculated using the same algorithm. For instance, IP header checksum is computed as follows: Set the packet’s IP header...

Jacobo Aragunde 13/06/2018

Chromium official/release builds and icecc

You may already be using icecc to compile your Chromium, either by following some instructions like the ones published by my colleague Gyuyoung or using the popular icecc-chromium set of scripts. In those cases, you will probably get in some …...

Igalia 12/06/2018

New positions available!

Igalia's support team is growing.

Igalia 08/06/2018

Igalia welcomes Qiuyi-Zhang (Joyee)

Welcome to Igalia, Joyee!

Michael Catanzaro 05/06/2018

Security vulnerability in Epiphany Technology Preview

If you use Epiphany Technology Preview, please update immediately and ensure you have revision 3.29.2-26 or newer. We discovered and resolved a vulnerability that allowed websites to access internal Epiphany features and thereby exfiltrate passwords from...

Igalia 04/06/2018

The 23rd biannual Igalia Summit

Igalia celebrates all-hands event that takes place every 6 months

Maksim Sisov 29/05/2018

Chromium with Ozone/Wayland: BlinkOn9, dmabuf and more refactorings…

It has been quite a long while since we wrote blogs about our Chromium Ozone/Wayland effort, and there are a lot of news right now. Igalia participated in the BlinkOn9 conference and gave a talk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DREywLVAVeo) about the...

Michael Catanzaro 28/05/2018

Thoughts on Flatpak after four months of Epiphany Technology Preview

It’s been four months since I announced Epiphany Technology Preview — which I’ve been using as my main browser ever since — and five months since I announced the availability of a stable channel via Flatpak. For the most part,...