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Designers Who Code Meetup in SF

Are you a designer who also codes? We’ve got just the meetup for you!  The Designers Who Code meetup group will be hosted at Adobe’s SF office on Wed, March 5 at 6pm. Join us for an evening of good talks, networking, drinks and fun. The line-up of speakers includes Divya Manian and CJ Gammon:... Continue reading →

Cutting Edge CSS Features at CSSConf.eu 2013

This year, on September 13, front-end web developers and web designers gathered in Berlin for the first edition of CSSConf held in Europe. It was an awesome event packed with highly informative and entertaining talks about features, tools, techniques and upcoming technology that super-charge CSS productivity. I was happy to be on stage and share... Continue reading →

Test the Web Forward Shanghai

We’re pleased to report that the seventh Test the Web Forward on Augest 17 & 18 has wrapped up successfully. The Shanghai development community is very passionate about the Web as the event attracted nearly 350 web developers on the first day and 150 on the second day. By the end of the event, 1003... 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 →

Test the Web Forward Tokyo!

On the first anniversary of Test the Web Forward, we were thrilled that our Tokyo event on June 7 & 8 was a tremendous success. This is further proof that the movement has caught on globally. Early on, we were amazed by the fact that registration filled up in just 12 hours and hoped that... Continue reading →

Together for a better Web – Adobe and Igalia

For the past two years, the Adobe Web Platform team proposed a number of features to the Web: Regions, Shapes, Custom Filters and lately, Blend Modes. Our team contributed to the implementation of these features in WebKit, Blink and Gecko, with steady help from the communities behind these browser engines.  Today, we are pleased to announce... Continue reading →