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Submitted: May 04 2013 / 05:37

When Google announced that it was forking WebKit into Blink, there was a lot of discussion around what this would mean for web developers, and if the WebKit monoculture was truly breaking or not. Amongst the consternation and hypotheticizing was a detail that went overlooked by many: Blink’s plan to stop creating new vendor prefixes. This, to me, is one of the most significant shifts in browser philosophy that has occurred in recent memory.
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