Curious about how web browsers work? Rendering engines are responsible for the parsing, layout, and eventual rendering of a web page. WebKit is the rendering engine that powers many of the world's most popular browsers, including Google Chrome, Safari, and the mobile browsers in iOS, Android, and Blackberry. Levi's talk covers WebKit's history, organization, primary components and data structures, details about rendering and layout, and some new and upcoming features.
Levi is a 3-time WebKit Engineer (Google, Palm, and Apple), adventure motorcyclist, and burner. He has a BSE in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.