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Improving Viewport Unit Support in WebKit

Viewport units are great for creating responsive designs. Unfortunately, issues with the WebKit implementation reduced their usefulness. A couple of months ago, I discovered that Timothy Loh had fixed many of the issues in Blink. Despite the size of the patch, it seemed like a prime opportunity to learn more about the CSS subsystem in... Continue reading →

background-blend-mode now available on Chrome

The Adobe web platform team has been working on the CSS Blending specification. On February 20, the spec progressed to the “release candidate” stage which signals that it is ready for implementation. At the same time, we’ve been implementing the CSS properties in Chrome, Firefox and WebKit. The first CSS property of this specification to... Continue reading →

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 →

We <3 Blue Beanies!

By Arno Gourdol Today we celebrate web standards by donning a blue beanie. The tradition started a decade ago, inspired by the cover of Jeffrey Zeldman’s Designing with Web Standards.  While the technologies at the core of the web platform – HTML, CSS, SVG and  Javascript – evolve and keep improving, embracing web standards remain more important than... Continue reading →

Canvas blending now available on iOS7 and OSX Mavericks

The recent release of iOS 7, OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.1 added support for several new web features. Among those are CSS Regions and blending modes in canvas. For cool use of Canvas blend modes feature, you might want to check out CJ Gammon’s demo from the graphical web conference in San Francisco. One of his... Continue reading →

CSS Regions: New working draft

On May 28th 2013, we published a new W3C working draft for CSS Regions, one of the features proposed by the Adobe Web Platform team. Here are the most important changes you should be aware of: Renamed the region-overflow property to region-fragment The old region-overflow property, which controlled the behaviour of the last region in... Continue reading →

Adobe Explores the Future of Responsive Digital Layout with National Geographic Content

Update (5/21/13): To see the mobile prototype, check out Creating an Installed Application Experience on Mobile With Web Technologies. National Geographic partnered with Adobe, sharing select content for Adobe’s use to experiment with digital layout. The results mark the beginning of a technical and design collaboration that will look at innovating around layout while responding... Continue reading →