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Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Adobe Web Platform Goes to the 2014 WebKit Contributors’ Meeting

Last week, Apple hosted the 2014 WebKit Contributors’ Meeting at their campus in Cupertino. As usual it was an unconference-style event, with session scheduling happening on the morning of the first day. While much of the session content was very specific to WebKit implementation, there were topics covered that are interesting to the wider web community. This... Continue reading →

Add a caption to an image — if you can

So you want to add a caption to an image. As Hans points out in his latest blog post, Captioneering, it’s a technique as old as images and captions. But even with HTML5 figure and figcaption tags, replicating some basic captioning is not straightforward. There are tricks to implementing traditional print captions and now-next-new ways... Continue reading →

April 2014 Extensible Web Summit

Last week, W3C TAG (Technical Architecture Group) held an “Extensible Web Summit” hosted by the PhoneGap team at the Adobe offices in San Francisco. The summit brought together TAG members, people from the Extensible Web Community Group, browser implementers, JavaScript library authors, and web developers to talk about the future of the web platform. I... Continue reading →

Bear talks about filters on CSS-Tricks

Some time ago, we got a facelift at our Baker-Hamilton building in San Francisco. For a while, all of the conference rooms were floor-to-ceiling clear glass. The masses were horrified to think that we’d be on display during meetings, like goldfish in a goldfish bowl. So when the frosted glass was applied to the windows,... Continue reading →