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  • The Firefox browser


    Firefox is an open source browser developed by the Mozilla foundation. Firefox is by all means a full feature browser and one of the few browsers with its own rendering engine as more and more producers switch to the WebKit engine.

  • The Safari browser


    In 2003 Apple released the first version of Safari, using a fork of the KHTML rendering engine they called WebKit. Safari became the default browser of the OS X series and the rendering engine has been adopted by a wide range of browsers since then, most notably Google Chrome uses a WebKit fork called Blink.

  • The Edge browser


    Microsoft Edge is the successor to the infamous Internet Explorer. It was first released in 2015, with a strong orientation towards web standards. When it first came out it almost parred it's competitors, but since then, possibly due to a very slow adoption, development has slowed down.

  • The Internet Explorer browser


    Internet Explorer is the default browser for the Windows OS, first released in 1995 to compete with Netscape. During 2002 and 2003 it had a market share of about 95% but the market share declined with the release of Firefox and later Chrome.

  • Installing web stack on Windows 10


    This will guide you through installing the parentNode web stack on a Windows 10. The full stack includes Apache 2.4, PHP 7.2, MariaDB 10.2, Redis, Imagick, FFMpeg and wkhtmltopdf.