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According to this source: wired.com/wiredenterprise/2013/04/blink and several others, Google is to give up WebKit engine in favor of a webkit fork, codename Blink. How would this affect ( if at all ) the way we export our projects and of course the functionality?
Original blog post: blog.chromium.org/2013/04/blink-rendering-engine-for-chromium.html
This sounds like good news. It sounds like it won't affect Construct 2 directly, but will allow Google to ensure their browser can keep improving quicker than before.
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OK thanks, good to know we're all good :)
So, SC2 will stay with Webkit?
My question is because I'm more interested in iOS development than Chrome/Android development.
That question doesn't really make sense - C2 isn't "with" any particular browser engine, it's designed to work with any standards compliant browser, which includes Gecko (Firefox), Trident (IE), WebKit (Safari) and the soon-to-be Blink (Chrome).
Alright then Ash!