Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

HTML5 Gets a New Logo

Category: Announcements

That’s all we needed, really, a new logo. Does anyone else feel the need to have this stitched onto a leotard with a cape? ;-)

Posted by Dietrich Kappe at 10:07 am
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Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Smart GWT 2.4 Released

Category: GWT, iPhone

Smart GWT 2.4 has been released and, as expected, they are jumping on the HTML5 and iOS/Touch bandwagon. The fact that the touch support doesn’t require code changes for existing apps is most welcome. Also, the mention of the upcoming Smart GWT Mobile with “pixel perfect iOS look and feel” sounds intriguing. Many have tried, Read the rest…

Posted by Dietrich Kappe at 12:12 pm
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Friday, January 7th, 2011

People of HTML5 – Bruce Lawson

Category: Mozilla

The Mozilla folks including Mozilla Evangelist Chris Heilmann thought it a good idea to introduce some “People of HTML5,” starting with Bruce Lawson of Opera, co-author of “Introducing HTML5″ and one of the curators of HTML5 Doctor.  Among the most vivid new technologies of the moment Lawson cites: …DAP (“Device APIs and Policy Working Group”). This Read the rest…

Posted by jvaughan at 4:44 pm
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Android 3.0, Honeycomb

Category: Android

At the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Google showed Android 3.0, Honeycomb. It is the next version of the Android platform, designed for devices with larger screen sizes, such as tablets.  Honeycomb is said to provide a “truly virtual and holographic user interface.”  

Posted by jvaughan at 4:41 pm
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Json.NET 4.0

Category: .NET, JSON

Per James Newton, the latest Json.NET release targets .NET 4. Json.NET 4.0 comes with a Windows Phone specific dll, compiled using Windows Phone tools. A .NET 4 feature employed is the dynamic keyword, which allows variables and members to be statically typed as dynamic.  Json.NET 4.0 adds support for dynamic keywords in a couple of Read the rest…

Posted by jvaughan at 4:37 pm
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