March 19, 2012
CSS Regions: One Year In
To make tablet publications lighter weight & more dynamic (offering liquid layout, etc.), publishers need HTML to get smarter. Otherwise, to get the layout richness their brands require, they’re stuck with things like creating huge piles of PNGs.
That’s why Adobe’s been helping advance proposals for CSS Regions & Exclusions. To hear about the progress they’re making, check out CSS Regions: One Year In. (For background, see the demo below from a couple of months back.)
Come help us make WebKit more kickass
“The better the web, the better tools we can build, and the happier our customers.” With that in mind, Adobe’s putting more & more muscle into advancing HTML standards & helping rendering engines support them.
Adobe’s WebKit Contributions group is improving the web as a platform for applications by implementing features that enable new classes of applications, new levels of application richness, and by improving the tools web developers use to create, debug, profile, test and maintain applications. Features are developed in the open and contributed to WebKit trunk. This group works closely with web application developers and the web standards community to identify opportunities for improvement.
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