02-10-2012, 07:50 PM
Norwegian Opera Software today announced the release of the beta version of the browser Opera 12.10, where the company has offered many new features for developers. The new version is already available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
According to the company, Now developers can modify Opera extensions and browser context menu (also known as a user right-click menu). With this API the opportunity to add to the context menu of the new functionality that makes it easier to work with social networks, online translators and many other popular services. Take pictures of the screen is not always easy (everyone knows where the buttons appear on the keyboard Print Screen?), And even more difficult to share them with friends. Through the use of API to create screen developers extensions, Opera users will get a quick way to show your friends what they see in the window of your browser.
Increasing the number of supported web standards, Opera added support Fullscreen API and Page Visibility API, allowing developers to better control the display of the page content and optimize the use of resources browser.
For developers using web sockets Opera 12.10 includes support for the latest implementation of Web Sockets with advanced functionality for developers and improved performance for end users.
Another first was the original 12.10 support for new Web protocol SPDY, is an addition to the minutes HTML and promises to accelerate loading web pages. In Opera 12.10 support SPDY is enabled by default and works with Web pages that support this standard. For example, such a massive web-sites like Twitter or Gmail, SPDY support the standard in addition to the traditional HTML protocol.
In both worlds - Windows and Mac - this fall there were notable changes in operating systems. The new version of Opera 12.10 includes several new features that allow better use of the new features of these operating systems. With the release of Mac OS X Mountain Lion, a host of new features built directly into the system. Opera 12.10 for Mac supports new items such as Notification Center, Retina Display and built-in publishing content on social networks. Soon, Windows 8 will be available to the public, and Opera 12.10 includes support for some features of this OS. In particular, the company has added support for touch-mode Windows 8 Classic, and as a bonus - similar support in Windows 7.
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