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The director of engineering for Adobe Web Platform explains how the firm is participating in web standards and working on a number of projects that make life easier for developers This article first appeared in the November 2012 issue…

HTML5 and Canvas 2D definitions ready, Broad interoperability slated by W3C for 2014; HTML 5.1 to offer glimpse of the future HTML5 is complete. Next up: HTML 5.1 The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published the complete definition of…

Lea Verou’s final 2012 report on the latest developments at the W3C, including the FPWD of HTML 5.1, the addition of the main element, news on the rescheduled W3Conf and more I doubt many of you can think about…

Lea Verou on the latest developments at the W3C including the new W3C Dev Relations initiative, WebPlatform.org and the Test The Web Forward event A lot of exciting things happened over the course of the last two months in…

W3C launches WebPlatform Docs

Industry big guns back site documenting HTML5, CSS, DOM and more The new WebPlatform Docs site will provide a central, funded resource for web standards documentation The W3C has announced WebPlatform Docs, a “community-driven site that aims to become…

New CSS properties offer easy ways to lay out web pages. Thomas Lewis of Microsoft walks you through Grid Alignment, Flexible Box and Multi-column Layout This article first appeared in the April 2012 issue (226) of .net magazine –…

W3C’s Robin Berjon on editing the HTML5 spec Shortly after taking on a new HTML editing role at W3C, Robin Berjon outlined on the site his thoughts on the flowing standard. He spoke about advancing the technology, focusing on…

Hot in web standards: July/August 2012. Lea Verou returns from a little summer break to present a bumper issue of web standards news. This time she covers SVG 2, CSS Masking, Image Values, the Responsive Images Extension and much more

The road to responsive images

Last week’s W3C editor’s draft brought us one step closer to a workable specification for responsive images. Anselm Hannemann explores how the draft spec came about, the problems that remain to be solved – and why we need a…