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So you've got a great idea for a website. That makes you and about 17 bajillion others. When it comes to committing to building a site or app, there are a ton of factors to take into consideration.
HTML5 is a language designed to organize web content.
HTML5, rumored as Flash killer , is a brand new web technology that raises a revolution lead by Apple in web application development. It contains canvas element for images and animation drawings, support video and audio embedding, and includes storage database for offline web applications.
By now you’ve probably heard at least something about animation in CSS3 using keyframe-based syntax.
Screen resolution nowsaday ranges from 320px (iPhone) to 2560px (large monitor) or even higher. Users no longer just browse the web with desktop computers.
Robert Kieffer, an a engineer at Facebook and the company's internal Node.js evangelist, gave a talk at NodeConf today. He says the company isn't doing enough with Node.js yet. So instead of an explanation of how to deploy Node.js to thousands of servers, he's talked about why Facebook needs Node.js and the things holding the company back from adopting it widely.
May 03, 2011, 3:15 PM — The online mapping world is an exciting place to watch these days, thanks to a combination of open source tools, the rise of hyperlocal search, and ubiquitous and cheap GPS devices. There are applications galore, including some recent innovations that corporate IT managers should pay attention to.
Need a cool hover effect for something on your site?
In doing research for this post I discovered that DevCheatSheet.com has an awesome collection of 22 HTML5 Cheat Sheets .
You know, I used to have a great article here.
For the past few years, we’ve heard pundits declaring each year as “year of the mobile Web”; each year trying to sound more convincing than the previous.
In a discussion I had with a VP of Marketing earlier this week, he mentioned that his company was interested in developing an e-newsletter. I asked if they’d thought about creating a blog, to which his response was “Yes, but I’m not sure we have the resources.” The myth persists that corporate blogs are somehow incredibly resource-intensive.
Taking a leaf from MPEG-LA's playbook, Google has announced the WebM Community Cross-License Initiative , a consortium of companies that agree to share any patents that those companies may hold that are relevant to the WebM video format, and in particular the VP8 video compression algorithm. True to Google's ambitions for the format, the shared patents are all available on a royalty-free basis, both to consortium members and anyone else that wants to implement WebM. Since the launch of WebM , Google has positioned itself as the only company with relevant patents.
Posted by Tom Foremski - April 18, 2011
Posted by David Tattersall, Product Manager On April 13th, 2006 we released Google Calendar to the world.