Mozilla Finishes First in ADC Mac Browser JavaScript Tests

Sunday February 23rd, 2003

Frank D writes: "Apple Developer Connection has posted the results of JavaScript tests among the six major browsers for the Mac (Safari, Mozilla, Internet Explorer, iCab, Opera, and Omniweb). The tests conclude that Mozilla has the best overall script handling, while Safari comes in second (and OmniWeb in last place)." Mozilla scored 'perfect support' in all tests except one involving moving a DHTML layer, where it had minor problems. Mozilla was the only browser able to successfully import an XML document and display its data within a HTML page.

#21 Re: Good result for Safari (and therefore KDE)

by roc <>

Monday February 24th, 2003 10:31 AM

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how about the Mozilla developers whose code made it into Safari? :-) Yes, Safari uses some Mozilla code and ideas. This is a good thing. I wish we had more communication between KHTML and Mozilla...