Yes. It's called rotating the WPA2 key.
WebKit != Safari, otherwise you could say that Chrome, Opera, and Safari all have the same features and implementation.
For instance, please explain why it took until iOS 6 for HTML/JS apps to access the user's photo and video libraries through [HTML file upload]
Because exposing a user's files to any in-page behavior is a security risk and needs to be handled in clean managed ways with limited APIs?
If Apple were sincere about making the web its API in iOS 1, it would have put a "clean managed" media chooser in place since iOS 1.
Imagine how bad it would be if "it works on the latest release, but only on these specific models".
Firefox already does this with its WebGL driver blacklist. It does not support WebGL on pre-OpenGL 2.0 GPUs, such as the integrated GMA 3100 in the Atom N450 processor in my laptop.
LOL - you realize the the original iPhone allowed *only* HTML/JS apps?
True, Apple originally planned for the iPhone to use web applications. But it took a long time for Apple to follow through on this plan. For instance, please explain why it took until iOS 6 for HTML/JS apps to access the user's photo and video libraries through an <input type="file"> control and until iOS 8 for HTML/JS apps to put the most basic 3D view on screen (WebGL).
If only enough people that mattered used Safari.
You mean other than CxOs and VPs that carry an iPhone and/or iPad?
Just because you no longer use Apple's iOS doesn't mean millions of other people don't still use iOS. There are two kinds of browsers on iOS: browsers that run remotely and behave akin to Remote Desktop, such as Opera Mini, and browsers that wrap the system's UIWebView or WKWebView control, such as Safari. The App Store Review Guidelines forbid third-party web engines that run on an iOS device. This means the vast majority of browsers for iOS are essentially window dressing around Safari.
Copyright in each of these specifications was assigned to the corresponding standards organization.
How about "compatible with browsers that still receive security updates when needed"? Windows XP is the last desktop Windows operating system that can't upgrade past IE 8, and it's been unsupported for over a year. Windows Vista has IE 9, and Windows 7 has IE 11.
You still need the script to insert the class that triggers the CSS fade or size transition. You also need the script to work around the fact that CSS cannot transition to or from height: auto .
A more serious answer:
If you are seeking employment by a company as a kernel developer, and you want to publish your portfolio on a website in order to get HR to consider you, you might need some scripts on that site.
As I understand the plaintiff's argument, each renewal is a separate act of cybersquatting. Can anybody more familiar with anti-cybersquatting law clarify whether this is a valid argument?
I assumed that Dins was referring to a lawful subscription service, not pir^W mass copyright infringement.
If the advertisements really are worth as much as they think, then they should be paying me to watch them.
They tried that back in the AllAdvantage.com days. It turned out to be unsustainable as CPM rates plummeted.
Netflix users with DVD service have several years of experience learning to wait a year for the current season of shows. It works the same with streaming.
Except that people who wait a year have to make an effort to avoid spoilers and have no chance to discuss plot developments with their respective social groups.
The C++ standard library is already licensed to the public through ISO, as are the POSIX APIs through IEEE.