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What is Safari?

It is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers. Handy tools help you save, find, and share your favorite sites. Built-in privacy features help keep your browsing your business.
Safari is a tool in the Web Browser category of a tech stack.

Who uses Safari?

4 companies reportedly use Safari in their tech stacks, including webapp, dotfiles@2019, and CodeCooler Solutions LLC.

55 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Safari.

Safari Integrations

Swagger UI, Zoom, iOS, macOS, and Mac OS X are some of the popular tools that integrate with Safari. Here's a list of all 27 tools that integrate with Safari.
Pros of Safari
Made by the best Guys in the world
Better integration with nerds
Awesome for developers
Has Mac Extensions
Shows advanced tracking controls
Better privacy
Has fingerprinting
More secure
More secure
Way faster than edge
Decisions about Safari

Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Safari in their tech stack.

Niall Geoghegan
at experiential psychotherapy institute · | 5 upvotes · 12.6K views

I created a Squarespace website with multiple blog pages. I discovered that the native Squarespace commenting tool is not currently capable of letting people subscribe to my blog pages if they are using Google Chrome or Safari! I then discovered that Disqus email verification doesn't work with Yahoo Mail. I also hate that there's no way to turn off that email verification (which I don't need since I moderate all comments anyway). So I want to use a different commenting system. I've read some good things about Commento. Three questions: (1) will it work on a Squarespace site? (I'll pay a developer to integrate it for me) (2) Does it have its own issues/elements that don't work smoothly, similar to the other two? (3) Is there another plugin I should be considering for my Squarespace site?

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Safari's Features

  • Defending your online privacy and security
  • Intelligent Tracking Prevention
  • Sandboxing for websites
  • Fingerprinting defense
  • Protection from harmful sites

Safari Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Safari?
A free and open source web browser developed by The Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, BSD, and more.
Google Chrome
Commonly known simply as Chrome. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android.
Microsoft Edge
It is a fast and secure browser designed for Windows 10. Microsoft Edge comes exclusively with Windows 10 and cannot be downloaded or installed separately. It has easy tools to preview, group, and save tabs. Quickly find, manage, and open tabs you set aside without leaving the page you’re on.
It is a fast, private and secure web browser for PC and mobile. It blocks ads and trackers. It prevents you from being tracked by sneaky advertisers, malware and pop-ups.
awscli is by far the most comprehensive CLI tool manipulating various AWS services, and I really like its flexible options and up-to-date release cycle. However, day-to-day AWS operations from my terminal don't need that much flexibility and that many services.
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Safari's Followers
35 developers follow Safari to keep up with related blogs and decisions.