Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 93, the latest version of their developer preview web browser. The preview version of Apple’s popular browser offers developers and other interested users the ability to try out features that may or may not, debut in future public release versions of Safari.
- Updated to report performance entries with all HTTP status codes
- Added auto behavior for rx and ry to the SVG <ellipse> and <rect> elements
- Fixed SVG <animateMotion> to reset the element to its first animation frame if its fill is set to “remove”
- Fixed SMIL animations of SVG <view> element having no effect
- Added support for sync-xhr feature policy
- Changed to use the same parser for <meta http-equiv=”refresh”> and Refresh HTTP header
- Fixed Node.replaceChild()’s pre-replacement validation order
- Fixed parsing Access-Control-Expose-Headers correctly
- Fixed preserving Content-Type to be preserved on responses created from DOMCache
- Fixed Date.prototype.toJSON to properly execute
- Fixed HTMLVideoElement with a broken poster image to take a square dimension
- Fixed a case where the Intersection Observer intersection ratio becomes larger than 1
- Fixed cropped dropdown shadow for <datalist>
- Fixed blocking insecure WebSocket URL connection attempts by Workers on secure pages
- Fixed posting a message to a redundant Service Worker should fail silently instead of throwing
- Improved CSP inheritance semantics
- Provided a prototype for AR QuickLook to trigger processing in the originating page
- Removed gopher from the list of special schemes in URLParser
- Prevented showing the Changes details sidebar panel when selecting text nodes
- Added support for pretty printing HTML content
- Added support for pretty printing XML-like content
- Added GPUDevice content previews and device configuration
- Added a list of any GPURenderPipeline/GPUComputePipeline, including the content of any GPUShaderModule, for the associated GPUDevice
- Added a “Show More” button to see more than 100 items in arrays / collections
- Decreased the amount of horizontal space used by autocompletion bubbles
- Improved autocompletion typing performance by avoiding global forced layouts
- Changed to allow undocked Web Inspector windows to be dragged around by the title text
- Exposed misspelling ranges for editable content to accessibility clients.
- Added support for telling websites why a session was cancelled
- Cleaned up handling of summary items and payment method updates
- Added missing syntax errors for await in function parameter default expressions
- Ensured structs and arrays with pointers as fields are disallowed
- Removed null from the standard library
- Added support for more than two FIDO protocol versions
- Fixed a bug that caused safaridriver —enable to not take effect immediately in some cases.
The update can be downloaded from the Safari Technology Preview website, or if the browser is already installed, it can be updated via the “Update” tab in the Mac App Store. Full release notes for the update are also available on the Safari Technology Preview website.
While the preview is intended for use by developers and advanced users, in order to provide Apple with feedback on the development of the Safari browser, it can be run side-by-side with the release version of Safari. The app doesn’t require a developer account to download and install. For more information, visit the Safari Technology Preview website.