Blisk release 0.61.2743.166

Update to Chromium 52, HTTP authentification, extensions support on Mac, ES6 and ES7 support, fixes for Windows Anniversary update

Blisk release August 2016

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Chromium 52

Blisk uses the last updates of Chromium same as Chrome 52. Blisk supports the latest technologies, has improved performance and higher security. DevTools update, CSS containment, simpler performance measurement, streamable responses from service workers, and more options for web push onboard!

Read more: Chromium blog - version 52

HTTP authentification

We enabled HTTP authentification (basic authentification) for OS X version of Blisk. Basic authentification is the simplest technique for enforcing access controls to web resources because it doesn't require cookies, session identifiers, or login pages.

Extensions on OS X version

Since this version, Blisk for Mac starts supporting extensions from Chrome store. This opens new possibilities in using your favorite tools. However, this is the experimental feature: extensions may cause issues while working in Blisk. Please, contact us if you have any troubles while using extensions in Blisk on Mac.

ECMAScript 6 and 7 support

Since this version, Blisk enables full support of ECMAScript 6 and 7, the Javascript-based language commonly used for client-side scripting.

Read more: ES6 ECMAScript 6 — New Features: Overview & Comparison

Fixes for Windows Anniversary update

With Windows Anniversary update release for Windows 10, some users experienced Blisk crashes and were unable to preview the content on desktop and mobile views. This release fixes bugs for Windows Anniversary update.

Read more: Microsoft blog about Anniversary Update

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