Reading List

Trigger warning: web standards mentioned, other geeky stuff.

Mobile Web in Asia/ Pacific

From this month’s State of the Mobile Web report.

vendor prefixes in the wild

Responsive Web Design

NEWT

Misc

Talking out of Their Arses Corner

This week, an “infograffik” on The History of HTML5 that “takes us through the story of how HTML5 became one of the most standard languages used on the Internet. It has come a long way from its more simplistic origins and now HTML 5 has taken the web by storm as a more efficient, modern way to develop webpages”.

It’s forgotten several key milestones, such as when I switched from HTML4 trousers to HTML5 trousers in March 2009, and the death of Brian Epstein.

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