HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the standard markup language for displaying documents in a web browser. It describes the basic structure of every web page or application. This article follows its evolution all the way to HTML 5, as we know it today.
You’re a PHP ninja. You’re a React god. You’re a magician with Sketch. But if your code is assembling HTML to get delivered to a users’ browser, how much do you know about HTML’s semantics? Watch Bruce Lawson’s International PHP Conference keynote to learn more.
Web obesity is becoming an epidemic. Websites have increased about 25 percent from a year ago, with today’s site averaging 2,162 KB. In the past five years, websites have grown 208 percent. If the web obesity epidemic continues, there is no telling what will happen.
Full-blown applications programmed for your browser – that’s where it’s at, right now, says JAX London speaker Geertjan Wielenga in this sneak preview from the upcoming JAX Magazine issue.
Optimising HTTP can be tricky. And that’s where SPDY comes in. Designed to reduce latency and increase security, Google’s web protocol can nicely fill the holes of HTTP.
After his recent HTML6 proposal ruffled a few feathers, we sat down with Bobby Mozumder to hear his thoughts about the existing “basic web usability problem” and how his approach would make HTML a templating language.
It’s official – Dart is now obsolete for Java devs. Anton Epple tells us he has created a way to develop HTML applications with Java APIs.
Originally in March’s JAX Magazine, we chatted to the creator and CEO of Vaadin about the team’s release that had been 18 months in the making, as well as their commitment to Google Web Toolkit
Can everything in our web application be reusable and statically type checked? Everything, from markup to client scripting. Andrey Breslav tells how it is indeed possible with Kotlin.
The biggest challenge in writing HTML5 applications is that your application must run on many platforms, ranging from old desktop browsers to cutting-edge mobile browsers. Each browser behaves nearly the same, but inconsistencies can lead to major bugs. Kevin Nilson, hardcore developer and VP of Engineering at just.me, shows you how to leverage several open source Java tools to test your HTML5 apps in ALL browsers, including: TestSwarm, QUnit, Jenkins, Hudson,Oracle VM VirtualBox, GlassFish Server. Filming courtesy of marakana.com
Liferay’s James Falkner explores the ever-evolving world of web development – from its early static HTML days to the modern frameworks of today.
Win a copy of Carsten Eilers latest book on the dark side of the next generation of HTML.
We take a look at RC1 of the new browser-based IDE hoping to become your new favourite place for web development.