Latest release of asynchronous server brings support for persistent connection protocol.
Appearing in November’s JAX Magazine, Carl Dea clocks some hours with Javas rich client technology, JavaFX.
Independent browser vendor adopts WebKit engine to focus on innovation to make a better browser.
The veteran Eclipse project moves beyond the browser to support new clients.
We profile the upstarts taking on iOS and Android — and, more importantly, how to start developing apps for them now.
Browser devs show off the power of WebRTC, a Skype-killing new standard, in a cross-browser video call.
Max Katz, head of Tiggzi’s Developer Relations shows us how to build a jQuery Mobile app connected to REST API.
The first dedicated hardware for Mozillas web-based OS is unveiled, albeit without release dates or price tags.
After 14 months incubation, the Flash-based framework emerges from incubation at Apache. But has the world moved on?
The date and venue are set. Now its time to get your session abstracts in.
To prove Zuckerberg wrong, two Sencha developers have developed an HTML5 web interface called Fastbook.
Win a copy of Carsten Eilers latest book on the dark side of the next generation of HTML.
In this presentation from JAXConf2012, Adobe solution consultant Elishia Dvorak reviews the WebSocket protocol in a nutshell, the basics of message publishing, advanced WebSocket, and discusses Adobe ColdFusion support for HTML5 applications. Filming courtesy of Marakana Tech TV
Having sparked a browser revolution, the open source browser now has its sights trained on the mobile market.