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The progress of the legacy IPC migration in Chromium

Recall of the legacy IPCs migration As you might know, Chromium has a multi-process architecture that involves many processes communicating with one another through IPC (Inter-Process Communication). However, traditionally IPC has used an approach which the Chromium project feels are … Continue reading

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How Chromium Got its Mojo?

Chromium IPC Chromium has a multi-process architecture to become more secure and robust like modern operating systems, and it means that Chromium has a lot of processes communicating with each other. For example, renderer process, browser process, GPU process, utility … Continue reading

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The story of the webOS Chromium contribution over the past year

In this article, I share how I started webOS Chromium upstream, what webOS patches were contributed by LG Electronics, and how I’ve contributed to Chromium. First, let’s briefly describe the history of the webOS. WebOS was created by Palm, Inc. … Continue reading

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How to develop Chromium with Visual Studio Code on Linux?

How have you been developing Chromium? I have often been asked what is the best tool to develop Chromium. I guess Chromium developers have been usually using vim, emacs,¬†cscope, sublime text, eclipse, etc. And they have used GDB or console … Continue reading

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Share my experience to build Chromium with ICECC and Jumbo

If you’re a Chromium developer, I guess that you’ve suffered from the long build time of Chromium like me. Recently, I’ve set up the icecc build environment for Chromium in the Igalia Korea office. Although there have been some instructions … Continue reading

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What is navigator.registerProtocolHandler?

UPDATE: I made a presentation at the lightning session of BlinkOn9 Sunnyvale. Lightning talks schedule Slide Have you heard that navigator.registerProtocolHandler javascript API? The API is to give you the power to add your customized scheme(a.k.a. protocol) to your website … Continue reading

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