Recently, Norway’s leading tech publication Digi.no published a story about how Vivaldi works with the Chromium code. In the interview, three of our devs talk for the first time about this little-known side of building Vivaldi.
Love reading? On ‘Read a Book Day’, we talk about an amazing built-in feature in Vivaldi you simply can’t ignore.
Customizing Vivaldi is not only fun but can seriously improve your productivity and speed. Let’s see how Vivaldi users from around the globe are tweaking Vivaldi.
In a recent Snapshot, we improved the scrollbars in the browser’s UI. Vivaldi Designer Henrik Helmers explains how the team accomplished the styling of scrollbars.
Ever wondered how Vivaldi decides what color is selected for a given page? Vivaldi Designer Henrik Helmers explains.
In this last in the series blog post, Knut Stautland Ivarsøy talks about his internship at Vivaldi and remembers his father Geir Ivarsøy, one of the pioneers of the Internet.
Vivaldi has added various extensions to the GN tool developed by Chromium and has made them available in a GitHub repository. Find out if your project can benefit from these extensions.
Our intern Håvard Nordlie Mathisen recounts his summer at Vivaldi and tries to not give away some very exciting new functionality he got to implement in the browser.
Today is Cycle to Work Day in the UK. Our colleague Ruarí Ødegaard is a Brit (now living in Oslo) who loves cycling, so he thought he’d talk a little about cycling and his daily commute.
Our intern Lam Kim Khoi – or simply “Khoi” to us – takes a look at his days as a Design intern at Vivaldi.
Pierre Creuseveau from France, a software testing addict, is one of our very valuable community members. But there is much more you might want to know about him than his choices on the Web. Read on.