While we’re worrying about 32-bit apps, something else is changing which is likely to stop many more apps from working properly. In the near future.
Adding a WebKit browser window is straightforward so long as you ignore what Apple tells you.
Traditional logs are good for looking at single events. The unified log is a unique platform for looking at statistics and patterns, which can reveal new knowledge – if you have the tools.
Armed with your signing certificate, this final article launches you on the path to developing your own content-blocker.
You can still develop your own content-blockers without a signing certificate – but there are limitations.
Apple has just changed the means by which you can develop your own content-blockers.
More details of what a Safari 9 content blocker can use in terms of available triggers and actions.
Just as there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch, we should be equally suspicious of free web browsers.