Jacob Rossi is a Program Manager on the Internet Explorer team that focuses on web programming platform, touch input, and developer experience aspects of the web browser. He’s also a co-editor of the W3C DOM L3 Events standard.
Touch browsing is going to become commonplace, real soon now. Jacob Rossi explores using gesture events in IE10 to make your site touch-friendly.
Web standards are always changing. Like WebSockets, yesterday’s prototypes become tomorrow’s mature standards. One of the latest prototypes that’s gaining momentum in standards bodies is the implementation of the W3C DeviceOrientation Event Specification draft on HTML5Labs.com. This specification defines new DOM events that provide information about the physical orientation and motion of a device. Such […]