Category Archives: Open Standards

Ubuntus Quixotic Mobile War: HTML5 – Not Linux – Is The Key

Ubuntus Quixotic Mobile War: HTML5 – Not Linux – Is The Key “Making the Web a first-class citizen on mobile devices? That would be a Very Big Deal, and it’s one that Canonical has already started to deliver on, as Shuttleworth…
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Announcing the HTML5 is Ready App Contest

Announcing the HTML5 is Ready App Contest “Together, we can destroy any lingering doubts that HTML5 is not ready, and prove that 2013 will be the year of the HTML5 app. We got the party started with the announcement of our…
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VP9 and Opus, Background Position Offset and Ruby Positioning

VP9 and Opus land in Chrome “Chromium updated the libvpx library to include support for an early version of the VP9 decoder, the successor of the VP8 codec that’s currently used by WebM. Furthermore, though still behind a flag (also…
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Developer suggests that Facebook was the problem with Facebooks app, not HTML5 | The Verge

Developer suggests that Facebook was the problem with Facebooks app, not HTML5 | The Verge “When Mark Zuckerberg said that “the biggest mistake we made as a company was betting too much on HTML5 instead of native,” web tool developer…
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YUIConf 2012 Talk: Douglas Crockford on Monads and Gonads Evening Keynote

YUIConf 2012 Talk: Douglas Crockford on Monads and Gonads Evening Keynote “In this evening keynote from YUIConf 2012, the legendary JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford discusses one of the most elusive of all programming concepts: the monad. With this talk, Crockford attempts…
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WebRTC hits Firefox, Android and iOS

WebRTC hits Firefox, Android and iOS “getUserMedia is available now in Chrome with no flags, as well as Opera, and Firefox Nightly/Aurora (though for Firefox you’ll need to set preferences). Take a look at the cross-browser demo of getUserMedia at simpl.info/gum—and…
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On protecting HTML5 apps

On protecting HTML5 apps “The openness of the web, the opportunity to publish on it and additionally in closed environments with an HTML5 app, the future friendliness of web technologies to the markets and environments of tomorrow is what we should…
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Kaltura HTML5 Update, brings New Features and Best In Class Performance – Kaltura Community Blog

The Kaltura HTML5 team has been hard at work on a major update to Kaltura’s HTML5. The HTML5 1.7 release brings many new features, enhancements, bug fixes, more robust device support and massive performance  enhancements. Built with laser focus on the…
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Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way

Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way “We are excited to bring Internet Explorer 10 to web and app developers as part of Windows Phone 8. I posted earlier about how you can use IE10…
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HTML5 Does Have A Mobile Future: Mozillas Chris Heilmann Goes Mythbusting

HTML5 Does Have A Mobile Future: Mozillas Chris Heilmann Goes Mythbusting “The onus for HTML5 performance and capabilities really has little to do with the HTML5 development community (presuming a developer’s code is well done, of course) but rather the individual…
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