Html5 News & Analysis
| Monday Mar 31, 2014
HTML5 hasn't met expectations as a platform for mobile applications, according to a new report from industry research firm IDC. The report, "The Evolving State of HTML5," [fee required], notes the technology is still riddled with misconceptions.
| Thursday Mar 13, 2014
Alert the Discovery Channel. I officially spotted a potential yeti at SXSW recently. Not the hairy kind with big feet, but a missing link nonetheless.
CJ Gammon, a creative technologist at Adobe, hosted a packed house — with a line out the door — at a session that focused on ways the web can be used to create rich media experiences. His talk, Rich Web Experiences and the Future of the Web, proved two things: The five tool user interface engineering tool does indeed exist and the browser is anything but dead.
| Wednesday Feb 12, 2014
A new report finds standards-based HTML5 development, whose popularity has been growing in part because such apps can run cross-platform, has caught on big in the enterprise.
- More than 60 percent of developers have converted to HTML5 and hybrid development of their key projects
- More than 70 percent of HTML5/hybrid developers are using HTML5 more this year than last and 75 percent intend to use it more in 2015
- 19 percent of native mobile developers expect to use native technologies less in the future
| Tuesday Oct 15, 2013
Responsive Web design has been catching on in 2013, but the technology is not without its drawbacks. Now, a company called Trilibis is moving past responsive design to a device aware technology using a lightweight server plugin.
| Tuesday Oct 1, 2013
Google has debuted a free animation and website building tool called Web Designer for creating HTML5 content, the kind that is better suited to being used on various sized devices like smartphones and tablets.
| Wednesday Sep 4, 2013
To help software development managers concentrate more on the software and less on the logistics, software tool provider Telerik has released an update to its TeamPulse agile project management software, including a new HTML 5 interface intended to enhance efficiency.
| Friday Aug 16, 2013
A Microsoft Windows Phone version of the YouTube video app was finally re released this week
, but Google has once again forced it back into the shadows for violating its terms of service.
| Thursday Aug 15, 2013
They're going to school at Twitter.
| Tuesday Aug 13, 2013
IBM, SAP and Adobe made the Leaders quadrant in Gartner’s latest MQ for mobile application development as mobile continues to be the top technology priority for CIOs, and as the installed base of mobile teeters on the edge of overtaking PCs.
| Friday Aug 9, 2013
HTML5 apps have a big new backer -- Amazon. This week, the retail giant announced that it would distribute HTML5-created apps without requiring them to be wrapped in another technology, becoming the first major app store to do so.
| Monday Jul 29, 2013
As we tackled in the ins and outs of the mobile digital experience, this month, something was made terribly clear -- it's already here. Consumers are devouring mobile, employees are flocking to mobile apps and devices, and your company's ability to adapt, adopt and strategize for the mobile web, mobile apps and the overall mobile experience is critical.
| Wednesday Jul 17, 2013
Content publishing and advertisement specialist Atex has updated its Web CMS to version 10.8, and it includes an HTML5 authoring tool and a built in paywall to allow customers to set up subscription or meter based revenue streams.
| Thursday Jun 20, 2013
With HTML5 technologies booming, enterprise app/data security platform provider Mobile Helix is stepping up the game. This week, the company announced Link, which it described as the “industry’s first pure HTML5 platform” for application development and delivery for mobile devices, desktops or laptops.
| Monday Apr 22, 2013
Cloud-based software company, Easy WebContent has released Easy WebContent Presenter to help both small and large organizations create more interactive web content.
| Monday Apr 22, 2013
TweetDeck has long been a favorite resource for those scanning Twitter across multiple accounts and dimensions. But the app editions will soon be removed from iOS, Android and PC stores to make way for a pure-web version.