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Tag Archives: html5
Oracle has released Version 7.3 of their IDE NetBeans. NetBeans is an IDE primarily focused on Java development, but it also supports development with other languages like PHP and C/C++. Recent releases of NetBeans lacked good support for HTML5 / … Continue reading
Starting with version 25, Google Chrome will support the Web Speech API, as demonstrated at HTML5Rocks. When this feature will be widely supported by the major browsers, I can think of many cool stuff you can do with it, e.g.: … Continue reading
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
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