moz://gfx newsletter #53

Bonjour à tous et à toutes, this is episode 53 of your favorite and only Firefox graphics newsletter. From now on instead of peeling through commit logs, I will be simply gathering notes sent to me by the rest of the team. This means the newsletter will be shorter, hopefully a bit less overwhelming with … Continue reading moz://gfx newsletter #53

moz://gfx newsletter #52

Hello everyone! I know you have been missing your favorite and only newsletter about software engineers staying at home, washing their hands often and fixing strange rendering glitches in Firefox's graphics engine. In the last two months there has been a heap of fixes and improvements. Before the usual change list I'll go through a … Continue reading moz://gfx newsletter #52

moz://gfx newsletter #49

By way of introduction, I invite you to read Markus' excellent post on this blog about CoreAnimation integration yielding substantial improvements in power usage if you haven't already. Next steps in this OS compositor integration saga include taking advantage CoreAnimation with WebRender's picture caching infrastructure (rendering tiles directly into CoreAnimation surfaces), as well as rendering … Continue reading moz://gfx newsletter #49