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HTML5: Friending the Mobile Web

Back in the fall of 2010, we did a post on the value of HTML5 for Web developers -- how it brings standards-based features to the browser and consistency to the Web application environment: HTML5: Back to the Future Fragmentation?

Feb 27, 2012 by Rob Chandhok

Celebrating Sony Ericsson’s industry first for WebGL

In a previous post, I provided three reasons why developers should adopt WebGL and discussed the importance of enabling the next generation of use cases for “HTML5-related” 3D graphics within mobile web browsers. The complexity and richness of content on the web continues to increase, and there is a renewed focus from web site and web app developers to utilize the latest functionality--from enabling applications that work in off-line mode, to visually adding complex two and three dimensional graphical elements to enrich their sites.

Dec 8, 2011 by Sayeed Choudhury

The Next App OS is the Web Browser

I recently spoke on a HTML5 panel earlier this month discussing how the smartphone app market may soon be rivaled in volume by apps that run in your HTML5 web browser, aka web apps.

Oct 19, 2011 by Liat Ben-Zur

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