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BBQ, Beer & Web Platform Docs FTW

It is already quite a tradition for us at Adobe to host WebPlatform.org Doc Sprints. But pushing forward a central go-to place to document web technologies—built by and to be used freely by everybody—seems not to be enough. Maybe we should also run these events because of the fun stuff that happens around the 1... Continue reading →

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Swiss precision added foundation for Web Platform docs

Those of you following us on this blog will remember the 1st European Web Platform Doc Sprint earlier this year in Berlin, Germany. We did it again, and organized another “first” Doc Sprint – this time the first ever Swiss event of this kind. A day ahead of the great Frontend Conference Zurich we invited a... Continue reading →

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“Do Androids Read Electric Books?” at W3Conf 2013

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to speak at W3Conf in San Francisco this year. My talk was about reading experiences on the web, ways we can improve them and where we see this going in the future. In the talk I show off how we can use Regions for visually stunning magazine layout... Continue reading →

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Doc Sprints off to awesome European start

The first-ever public event to push WebPlatform.org forward was at Adobe San Francisco in November. Then Google hosted the second event mid-December in Mountain View. I couldn’t resist hosting the first-ever European event of this kind. February 8th and 9th, we invited the European developer community to write quite a bit of history together. It worked well, produced awesome output,... Continue reading →

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W3C’s testharness comes to WebKit

With the help of WebKit contributors, we recently landed a patch that made the W3C JavaScript test harness available for use by WebKit test authors – providing a new set of opportunities for reuse and portability between the W3C and WebKit test repositories. In the old world, before the landing of this patch, both the... Continue reading →