Tag Archives: opensource

Omaha Goes Open Source

Google Updater, aka “Omaha”, has gone Open Source! This is the auto-update system that’s key to keeping Chrome secure by always ensuring that the version you’re running is the freshest it can be. It’s huge for the Omaha team to be out in the open, particularly given how many inaccurate articles have been penned about […]

Dojo 1.3 Is Out!

Dojo 1.3 is here! (download site) If you’re already using Dojo, this should be a no-brainer upgrade. It’s out-and-out better. As a quick example, dojo.create(“tagname”, { /*properties*/ }) is now the preferred way to build DOM nodes quickly. Its simple API will be natural to anyone who has used dojo.attr(). Even better, Pete’s exciting PlugD […]