Web Standards links - 29 Nov 2010 to 5 Dec 2010
Sunday, December 5, 2010 11:59:00 PM
- URLs on multilingual sites: A solution with django
- How to stop a video or audio element downloading
- Media Query Madness: See How Firefox & Opera Preload Images Differently Than Safari & Chrome
- Flex Box wizard in BlueGriffon
- CSS3 Flexible Box Layout Module (aka Flex Box) introduction and demos/test cases
- RDF Data Access Options, or Isn’t HTTP already the API?
- DragonFly next release
- All you should know about your first enemy: Latency
- CSS and rounding across implementations.
- 10 Common Validation Errors and How To Fix Them
- Injecting CSS in Opera extensions
- wiki about Web technologies to become the reference about the Web technos
- A Shell Server for HTTP A dive into history of the Web
- Node.js and Redis Pub-Sub
- Rendering bopomofo - Bopomofo, or zhùyīn fúhào, is an alphabet that is used for phonetic transliteration of Chinese text.
- Opera Link API The REST API for Opera Link is intended to provide read and write access to a user’s Opera Link data storage over an HTTP interface.
- High Performance Web Socket Server
- There is an #html5 IRC channel on Freenode
- The History of CSS Resets
- W3C raises the standards
- 1st French Semantic Web Conference Jan 17-18 Paris
- The end of unlimited bandwidth
- History of isindex and span elements
- historical HTML Mailing lists
- A Standards-based, Open and Privacy-aware Social Web W3C Incubator Group Report 2nd December 2010
- The shortcomings of HTML5
- The Accessibility of WAI-ARIA by Detlev Fischer
- ARIA and Progressive Enhancement by Derek Featherstone
- Priorities for RDF
- Accept header sent by XMLHttpRequest implementations
- XML vs JSON, the never ending story. This time Robin Berjon.
- Everything you always wanted to know about Opera’s User Agent String
- console.foo(). Firefox has finally its own console object like Opera does with DragonFly. Rob Campbell gives a neat way to debug without being specific to one type of debugging tool.
- Interaction between TV and Web technologies (video) such as creating Web content on TV
- New draft for HTML5: Techniques for providing useful text alternatives 29 November 2010
- Apps for Development is a competition for developing useful applications and sponsored by the World Bank. The Competition challenges participants to develop software applications related to one or more of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Submissions may be any kind of software application, be it for the web, a personal computer, a mobile handheld device, console, SMS, or any software platform broadly available to the public. The only other requirement is that the proposed application use one or more datasets from the World Bank Data Catalog available at data.worldbank.org.
- Opera Mobile Developer Tool pour aider aux développements de vos sites sur mobile.
- The Big M - Connecting mobile developers - A conference about mobile technologies.
- Charles McCathieNevile published an extension for managing accesskeys
- Pusher, a service specialized on HTML5 WebSockets
- Google is experimenting two new meta tags values for the origin of sources: