Posts Tagged ‘html 5’
  • Apple unveils new “open” HTML 5 demos page, blocks all browsers except Safari.
    by Mike
    Posted June 4th, 2010 at 10:01 am
    Oh the irony. Apple today took the wraps off of a new HTML 5 & Web Standards page, showing off to devs and end users alike what HTML 5 and other bleeding edge web standards are capable of. Only problem -- this "openness" is limited (artificially) to only Apple's Safari browser. Now I know for a fact the latest betas of Chrome and Firefox can do at least half the stuff in the demos. But I digress. For Safari users, head on over to the HTML 5 Demo Page and have fun. For the rest of us....
  • Is IE9 the first Microsoft browser (in a long, long time) worth using?
    by Mike
    Posted March 16th, 2010 at 12:58 pm
    Microsoft is certainly finding every last duck and throwing them into line aren't they? I mean, WinPhone 7 is shaping up to be quite the mobile OS savior. Windows 7 is right up their with 10.6 as far as desktop OS's go (subjective, I know). And now, one of the most criticized Microsoft products, Internet Explorer, is shaping up to be quite the looker even it's extremely early preview stage. The biggest news on the IE 9 front is the move to a webkit-based rendering engine. This change will f...
  • Oh Geeze: “Adobe is fat, lazy, stupid, and slow”…so says Steve Jobs
    by Mike
    Posted January 31st, 2010 at 10:35 am
    If those accidental shots of the iPad running flash on Apple's sight the other day created any sense of hope in your little heads, it's best to go on ahead and chuck said hope right out the window. Shortly after the flash supporting iPad video was spied on Apple's site, the video was removed and replaced with a blue brick displaying video indicating that flash was in fact not present. But the real knee-jerker is El Jobso response when questioned about Adobe, Adobe's response to Apple's resista...
  • PastryKit to usher in more “app-like” web apps. Allow devs to bypass App Store restrictions all together?
    by Mike
    Posted December 17th, 2009 at 1:44 pm
    The App Store is for mobile devices what iTunes was for mp3 players. Apple's 180 on native applications after first announcing web apps were the way to do back in 2007 was a shock to many and welcomed by most. Since the App Store's launch however, numerous complaints have been made and even websites created to highlight Apple's draconian and sometimes senseless decisions concerning the App Store and polices within. It is that negative image and bad press that has re-energized the view of many...
  • HTML5 making iPhone devs second guess native apps and frustrating app approval process.
    by Mike
    Posted December 16th, 2009 at 10:53 am
    Even though Apple's App Store continually gets knocked for god awful delays in getting apps approved, updates issued, etc., Apple will never close down the actual approval process. Sad as it is, it's just something we'll have to live with. But devs who don't want to deal with App Store woes have a new tool in their arsenal -- HTML5. The iPhone's Safari browser supports HTML5. What's the big deal? HTML5 allows web pages and web apps to act and display extremely close to what an actual na...
  • HTML 5 requirements get a little lighter
    by Mike
    Posted July 1st, 2009 at 8:40 am
    If you had a sibling growing up, you may remember that more often than not, actually agreeing on something together was like asking a nun to swear in church -- it was something you just didn't do. In the corporate world, such childish bickering and failure to comprimise in order to find a common solution is sadly the norm. The path to a finalized HTML 5 requirement for audio and video has unfortunately fallen to corporate drama and politics. Because of the inability of various browser devel...
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