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Top 6 Trends In HTML5 In 2011

HTML5 is fundamentally changing the way developers approach the Web. Whether it is for desktop browsers or mobile, the language and standards of the future are not some distant point on the horizon. It is right now. In the mobile realm, the debate rages on: Web or Native? The difference between the two is beginning […]

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Top 6 Trends In HTML5 In 2011

HTML5 is fundamentally changing the way developers approach the Web. Whether it is for desktop browsers or mobile, the language and standards of the future are not some distant point on the horizon. It is right now. In the mobile realm, the debate rages on: Web or Native? The difference between the two is beginning […]

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AppMobi’s New XDK Lets You Build HTML5 Apps

AppMobi has launched a new “XDK,” which allows developers to build HTML5-optimized applications for the Web or for mobile platforms. The resulting code can be used to deliver great HTML5 applications, like those found in Chrome’s Web app store, but it can also be used in hybrid apps submitted to Apple’s App Store or the […]

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Farewell Flash? Adobe Launches HTML5 Web Animations Tool “Adobe Edge”

Today, Adobe is launching a new tool called Adobe Edge which will allow creative professionals to design animated Web content using Web standards like HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Not Flash. Aimed to coexist with Adobe Flash, not replace it, the Web design software is Adobe’s big bet on how it will continue to solidify its position […]

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Top Trends of 2011: HTML5

HTML5 is the next version of HTML, the markup language that all web pages are written in. HTML5 is more interactive than the current version of HTML – it offers similar functionality to Flash technology – and is also much more suited to mobile devices. HTML5 was one of our top trends of 2010, after getting […]

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Apple’s New Rules Prompt More E-Readers to Build HTML5 Apps

“Everybody loses” with the enforcement of Apple’s new in-app payment rules, argues The Atlantic Wire’s Rebecca Greenfield in a post chronicling how consumers, e-reader companies and perhaps even Apple might suffer. As we wrote about yesterday, Apple made the move over the weekend to enforce e-reader apps’ compliance with its new in-app payment rules, prompting […]

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The Internet Archive’s Video Library Goes HTML5

The Internet Archive’s entire collection of digital videos will now be available in HTML5 as well as Flash, the organization announced today. The Internet Archive will be using Kaltura’s open source video platform in order to deliver the 500,000 some odd digital video assets housed at the Internet Archive. Kaltura’s video player identifies whether a […]

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Startup Challenges Murdoch’s Daily to Drop the App and Try the Web | Epicenter | Wired.com

Startup Challenges Murdoch’s Daily to Drop the App and Try the Web OnSwipe, a stealth startup working to allow publishers to make interactive, finger-friendly tablet versions of their online publications, has a few questions for Rupert Murdoch’s new iPad-only newspaper,The Daily: Why do you hate freedom? Why do you hate the web? And why aren’t you using […]

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