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+ - The Netflix Webkit-based UI for TV Devices-> 1 1

DeviceGuru writes: Netflix uses WebKit, JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3 to build user interfaces that are delivered to millions of game consoles, Blu-ray players, Internet-connected TVs, and devices such as the Roku player and D-Link Boxee Box. Matt McCarthy and Kim Trott, device UI engineering managers at Netflix, have just published 50 presentation slides from their recent talk at OSCON 2011 in which they explained how Netflix develops its Webkit-based user interfaces.
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The Netflix Webkit-based UI for TV Devices

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  • As far as I am concerned, until they support streaming to Linux-based PCs whatever else they do is irrelevant.

    (Yes I already know about Roku being Linux-based).

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