Several weeks ago, Google released the Google Chrome Web Store, and the industry at large collectively scratched it’s head trying to figure out what the implications of the store really were. People have been looking at what’s popular, what are actual “apps” versus bookmarks to web-based tools they can use in any browser and so on. Is this Google’s crushing blow, along with the Android Market and the coming Chrome OS, to Microsoft and Apple?
Brief discussion related to an article I published at NavigationArts, called CMS Application Development with Web Standards.
If you’re in the Washington, D.C. area on May 22nd, I’m giving a talk at the NavigationArts, LLC, offices on Web Standards. The title is “Adapting to Web Standards in the Enterprise”, loosely taken from the book that I helped write called Adapting to Web Standards.
Hey, so I helped write a book. About Web Standards, CSS, and Ajax, and a few other things. I think it’s pretty cool. And it’s out now.
Will there be a new Doctype Switch for Web authors to Opt-In to an even more standards compatible browser rendering mode? What’s going on with the HTML Working Group and are they adopting the WHAT Working Groups work to date? (*updated*)
I wrote an article published over at NavigationArts on the business reasons behind adopting Web standards-based development techniques. Not ground breaking stuff by any means, but it considers software and the business drivers. Check it out.
My quick recap of the Boston 2007 An Event Apart. Speaker highlights and overall impressions are there. Oh, wait, all the speakers were highlights …
Notes on an Ian Hickson interview and interesting stats pulled on Web pages’ construction by a Google study. Read all about it!
Real busy so content may be weak over the next few weeks. Also, going to An Event Apart. Read all about it.