Making developers happy, but at users’ expense.
React Native changed one iOS developer’s mind about web development. Will it change yours?
Another step toward the obsolescence heap.
Mozilla is the latest to slash Adobe’s aging multimedia tool. (Updated)
That’s a good thing.
Rival BackboneJS won the battle; AngularJS is winning the war.
Most mobile apps are hybrids already. Let’s move on.
It’s official: Flash has lost its groove. There’s no stopping HTML5 now.
Just look under the hood, says EmberJS co-founder Tom Dale.
After years of use, the W3C finally recommends it.
It could be a real contender for serious mobile apps.
So many apps, so little use for most.
Now you can pin before you pin.
Insisting that everyone should be a coder puts programmers on a pedestal.
Apps are destroying innovation, but not all hope is lost.
Eich is a technologist, not a businessman, and that’s exactly what Mozilla needs.
Google risks losing the mobile Web—and its advertising treasure chest—unless it bets big on HTML5.
Despite the meteoric start for iOS, slow-and-steady HTML5 might win the race for developers’ hearts.
Also: Apple will release an iWatch, HTML5 will gain traction and Android will go 64-bit.
The newspaper’s HTML5-based version doesn’t support smartphones or popular Web browsers.