Yet another one more thing… a new Web Inspector!

Yet another one more thing… a new Web Inspector!:

„As some of you saw last week at WWDC, we have a brand new version of the Web Inspector. We know that a lot people have found the current Web Inspector useful, and we have gotten a lot of feedback and sugestions about how to make it even better. And boy have we been listening! We have taken the current Web Inspector and have added a bunch of new features that you will find invaluable for web development:

  • Completely redesigned interface, no longer a transparent panel
  • Works with any WebView inside third-party applications, not just Safari
  • Supports docking to the inspected page
  • Shows all resources included by the page, sorted into categories
  • Global search through all text-based resources
  • Console to show errors and warnings with live JavaScript evaluation
  • Network panel showing resource load timeline along with HTTP request and response headers
  • Resource size and load time summary graph in the Network panel
  • Syntax highlighted HTML source
  • Inline JavaScript and HTML error reporting

We will be telling you in more detail about all of the great new features in future blog posts.

We have been working on this for a long time, but now we want to get the whole WebKit community involved with making this the best web development tool available. So show up in #webkit or on the mailing list and suggest new ideas or implement them yourself (remember everything is HTML, JavaScript and CSS)!

And there is one more thing… all of this new inspector goodness also works on Windows.

The new inspector is available in the Mac and Windows nightly builds.

New Web Inspector

(Via Surfin‘ Safari.)

WordPress 2.2.1

WordPress 2.2.1: „

WordPress 2.2.1 is now available. 2.2.1 is a bug fix release for the 2.2 series. Since 2.2 was released a month ago, the WordPress community has been improving fit-and-finish by identifying and fixing those little bugs that can be so annoying and by fine-tuning some small details. The result is a nicely polished 2.2.1 release. The full list of bugs fixed in 2.2.1 is available here. Here are some highlights.

Unfortunately, 2.2.1 is not just a bug fix release. Some security issues came to light during 2.2.1 development, making 2.2.1 a required upgrade. 2.2.1 addresses the following vulnerabilities:

Special thanks to Alexander Concha for his continued assistance in making WordPress more secure. Special thanks also to Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software for his improvements to our XML-RPC implementation.

(Via WordPress Development Blog.)

Safari Beta 3.0.1 for Windows

Safari Beta 3.0.1 for Windows: „As you may have heard by now, we released a 3.0.1 version of the Safari 3 Beta. This version includes fixes for some Windows-specific security issues.

We’re continuing to monitor feedback on the beta from the web, forums and bug reports. If you have issues to report on the Safari 3 Beta for Windows or Mac OS X, the best things to do are:

We appreciate all your testing and will continue to make Safari and WebKit better.

As a side note, now that Safari for Windows is public, I can let you know that we are looking to hire additional QA and development engineers, particularly with Windows experience. If you’re interested, send a resume to Apple or contact anyone on the Apple Safari/WebKit team directly.“

(Via Surfin‘ Safari.)