The Open Web has never had as many capabilities as it has today. We’re seeing an explosion in new or updated specifications, and prototype and stable implementations to go with them. This blog post will look back as the platform we have had available (Called Open Web 0 here) and then looks forward…
Shinny vs Progressive Enhancement: Thanks for teaching the difference.
Or, how content is suffering because of lazy people who don’t understand that a strong web relies on addressable content with access to all.
Reckless web development practices are encouraging idiots and prolonging the cycle of ignorance in front-end development and its associated industries.…
Microsoft jettisons Flash with ‘plug-in free’ Windows 8 Metro IE10
The IE team examined the top 97,000 sites around the world, determining that, of the 62 percent of those sites that use Flash, many of them already have an HTML5 option as well.