POP3:void(0)

POPOEVER Official Portal v3

Learn About HTML5 and the Future of the Web PDF E-mail
User Rating: / 8
PoorBest 
The Internet - Web 2.0
Written by POPOEVER   
Sunday, 20 June 2010 11:20

San Francisco Java, PHP, and HTML5 user groups hosted an event on May 11th, 2010 on HTML5 with three amazing speakers: Brad Neuberg from Google, Giorgio Sardo from Microsoft, and Peter Lubbers from Kaazing.

In this first of the three videos, Brad Neuberg from Google (formerly an HTML5 advocate and currently a Software Engineer on the Google Buzz team) explains why HTML5 matters - to consumers as well as developers! His overview of HTML5 included SVG/Canvas rendering, CSS transforms, app-cache, local databases, web workers, and much more. He also identified the scope and practical implications of the changes that are coming along with HTML5 support in modern browsers.

This event was organized by Marakana, Michael Tougeron from Gamespot, and Bruno Terkaly from Microsoft.

Microsoft was the host and Marakana, Gamespot, Medallia, TEKsystems, and Guidewire Software sponsored the event.

I believe the world will be eventually evolving with technology, when I first time read an HTML4/CSS2 book on a bus to work in 1999, I was so attracted by the beautiful mind behind the language, which led me to the way of contributing knowledge to help building the biggest online web designer/developer community in mainland China.

Actually, the content of this video has been online for some months, you can experience a live copy at http://apirocks.com/html5/html5.html, the Chinese version is translated and hosted by DG.

And, I definitely will introduce HTML5 into my current projects, it's just...amazing.

BTW, I've never heard a person speaking English like Brad does, so clearly and elegant, I like his tone :)

Trackback(0)
Comments (0)Add Comment

Write comment
quote
bold
italicize
underline
strike
url
image
quote
quote
smile
wink
laugh
grin
angry
sad
shocked
cool
tongue
kiss
cry
smaller | bigger

security code
Write the displayed characters


busy
 

Subscribe

Social+

Surveys

Apple or Android?
 
You are here  : Home The Internet Web 2.0 Learn About HTML5 and the Future of the Web