Safari 14 Gives Developers Conversion Capabilities for Chrome, Firefox and Edge Extensions

On this week’s episode, we cover our featured story, Safari 14 gives developers conversion capabilities for Chrome, Firefox and Edge Extensions, and other productivity and technology news from the past week!

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In this Cast | Safari 14 Gives Developers Conversion Capabilities for Chrome, Firefox and Edge Extensions

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Safari 14 Gives Developers Conversion Capabilities for Chrome, Firefox and Edge Extensions

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Featured Story of the Week

Apple Reminds Developers That Safari 14 Supports Extensions Ported From Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 

Safari Web Extensions

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