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HTML5 Touch Events specification is now a web standard

In recent years there was (and still is) a dramatic decrease in sales figures of traditional PCs like desktops and laptops, at least in the consumer market. So mobile devices seem to be the future for end users. With the … Continue reading

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HTML5 is complete

According to the W3C, the HTML5 spec is complete – which in fact means that the core HTML5 spec and the Canvas 2D Context spec reached the status of a Candidate Recommendation. You can expect the core HTML5 specification to … Continue reading

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HTML5 will be finalized in 2014

According to the W3C, the HTML5 spec will be finalized in 2014 – meaning it will reach Recommendation status in Q4/2014. To maintain this schedule, the W3C has postponed some features to a HTML5.1 spec that is going to be … Continue reading

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HTML5: W3C and WHATWG split

Spoon boy:: Do not try and bend the spoon. That’s impossible. Instead… only try to realize the truth.Neo:: What truth?Spoon boy:: There is no spoon.Neo:: There is no spoon?Spoon boy:: Then you’ll see, that it is not the spoon that … Continue reading

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Advancement in HTML Data specifications: New W3C notes

Embedding data / metadata in HTML opens traditional Web 2.0 development to Web 3.0 (aka semantic) technologies. Well-defined terminologies in form of vocabularies (such as Dublin Core) or full-featured Ontologies (which can be constructed using meta languages such as RDF … Continue reading

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