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Test the Web Forward Seattle!

Come Join Us! Test the Web Forward is throwing an event in Seattle on April 12–13. The focus of this event is on learning, hacking, and writing tests for W3C specifications. During the event, experts will teach you about W3C specs & W3C testing and will guide you as you help make the Web a... Continue reading →

Regions feature support matrix revisited – keeping it clean

Welcome to the Real World™ A while ago, I wrote a blog post on how we used Browserscope to create a feature support matrix for tracking the level of support for CSS Regions in different browsers. The initial plan was to have both the feature detection tests and the submission mechanism available to the public... Continue reading →

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Test The Web Forward Sydney!

Mark your calendars! Test the Web Forward is bringing W3C testing goodness to Sydney, Australia on February 8th and 9th, 2013. The Sydney Test the Web Forward event is the latest event in a movement that focuses on learning, hacking, and writing tests for W3C specifications.  During the event, experts will teach you about W3C... Continue reading →

Get involved in the WebGL testing effort

Have you ever wondered how WebGL achieves interoperability between browsers? Are you passionate about graphics and interested in contributing to the quality of WebGL implementations? Learn more from Max Vujovic‘s recent blog post about the WebGL Conformance Test Suite. Continue reading →

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Test The Web Forward Paris!

On October 26-27, the third successful Test The Web Forward event was held in Paris, France. Over 100 local web developers joined 35 W3C experts for a fantastic weekend of  learning, hacking, and writing tests. The momentum is now undeniable and the enthusiasm from the attendees and experts at this event was palpable. Friday Evening... Continue reading →

Test the Web Forward Beijing!

Last weekend, on October 20th and 21st, the China web community got together to Test the Web Forward at the Jinma Hotel in Beijing. China Web Community The China web community is very diverse. According to An Qi (Angel) Li of the W3C China Office there are over 400,000 web developers in China, and the... Continue reading →

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Test The Web Forward coming to Beijing and Paris

Adobe, in partnership with multiple organizations and individuals, is organizing two Test The Web Forward hackathons in Beijing (October 20-21) and Paris (October 26-27). The goal of these events is to bring the web community together to create test cases in order to improve the quality of the web – Like the slogan says “Better... Continue reading →

Crowdsourcing a feature support matrix using QUnit and Browserscope

This article is loosely based on @razvancaliman’s awesome post. The idea While we were working on the CSS Regions feature, one of the things people asked, from quite early on, was a way of telling what CSS Regions features were supported in what version of the different browsers out there. In the beginning, “Get the... Continue reading →