HTML5, CSS, NEWT
- Device screen resolutions ordered by OS. It’s worth subscribing to David’s blog; lots of useful things.
- New accessibility techniques in iOS6
- Network Service Discovery API – let your TV find your laptop and stream movies from it, or use your smartphone as a TV input device.
- plug.play.js – a Network Service Messaging framework for use on top of the W3C Network Service Discovery specification
- Status of web intents in Chrome – Farewell, Web Intents
- HTML5 mythbusting – jolly good article by flame-haired Web Standards adonis, Chris Heilmann, with bonus fuckwit comments
- Before and after Apps by John Allsopp
- UK government’s Open Standards Principles “For software interoperability, data and document formats” (33 page PDF). Yes, a PDF.
- Ten things I didn’t know about HTML Mathias Bynens’ Fronteers talk, in which (amongst many other things) you find out why
<div bgcolor="chucknorris">is rendered using the blood of his enemies
- The perils of prefixing… or rather trying to unprefix from Mozilla’s Boris Zbarsky
- Sortable tables in HTML5 being discussed again. In the meantime, I use Stuart Langridge’s excellent sorttable script.
- How Col Gadaffi and the western establishment together created a pantomime world – an incredibly detailed and fascinating BBC blog post
- Sharp Suits – stupid feedback from clients, transformed into posters