Making developers happy, but at users’ expense.
TL;DR: The social network wants to make life easier for developers.
A standard championed by Mozilla and its rivals could supercharge the Web.
Rewriting code all the time might just slow everything down.
Firefox cosplay optional.
After years of use, the W3C finally recommends it.
Simple != easy.
Yet Web development lives on.
Web Starter Kit wants to help you make sites that look great on every device.
The marquee site for the Affordable Care Act is in serious trouble. And there’s no sign of a quick fix, only a long recovery.
Enterprises can build tap into their own internal development talent and APIs to reap the rich harvest of their own data.
Blooki.st, a blogging platform managed between Slovenia and London, was born out of the many failures of two post-grads who channeled ambition into simplicity.
With so many examples of such breakdowns in delivering online services these days, we have to ask: Why can’t Johnny scale?
On March 13, Adobe unexpectedly added a chapter to the story of the fading of the PC, when it announced that it would be closing down its BrowserLab service effective… March 13.
The 10 things you need to know about HTML5 – right now and for the next 12 months.
Microsoft’s developer-friendly modern.ie site includes some valuable testing tools for Web developers, although the site gently encourages them to run on Windows and Internet Explorer.
Welcome to the largely ignored world of rapid prototyping.
So, what makes you think your new app can cut through all clutter to not only grab users’ attention, but keep it?
Welcome to your “official” support site, Web developers. The Web’s top four browser developers – Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera – teamed with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and technology companies including Nokia, HP, Adobe and Facebook – to create Web Platform Docs, a Wiki devoted to sussing out and stomping bugs…