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== Specific Browser Engines ==
 
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Getting started with browser development

Want to get started with browser development, e.g. help implement HTML?

General Approaches

  • finding and filing bugs to various browsers' bug databases is a great way to get involved

Specific Browser Engines

Help with the development of specific browser engines. (alphabetical, please feel free to add/insert more).

Gecko

Gecko powers the Firefox browser.

Presto

Opera uses the Presto engine.

Webkit

Webkit is used by Safari, Chrome, and recent BlackBerry browsers.