SitePoint Podcast #67: The Browser Dance
Kevin, Patrick, Stephan, and Brad talk browser wars, WordPress 3, rising domain prices, high-performance HTML5 games, and Facebook’s server-side secrets.
Develop for iPad with HTML5: Trial and Error
Reading between the lines, it seems clear that developing for Apple devices using web technologies is still very much a trial-and-error process. As mobile devices from Apple and others continue to evolve rapidly, the rules will change frequently over the next few years.
SitePoint Podcast #66: WordCamp Raleigh with Michael Torbert and Steve Mortiboy
Patrick O’Keefe, Stephan Segraves, and Brad Williams reminisce about WordCamp Raleigh and share live interviews they recorded with the conference organizers.
SitePoint Podcast #65: Got IE6?
Loads of browser news on the podcast this week, along with a heaping spoonful of controversy with every headline! Also: is Twitter’s switch to OAuth unfair to Chinese internet users? Is Ruby the second coming of programming languages? And Smokescreen is set to bring Flash-based ads to Apple’s mobile devices.
SitePoint Podcast #64: Learning the Web with Russ Weakley
Kevin Yank chats with Russ Weakley about SitePoint’s new courses, CSS Live and PHP Live, as well as the Web Standards Group and Full Code Press.
SitePoint Podcast #63: There Are Two Webs
Lots of news from the Google IO conference: Google introduces the WebM video format, Google introduces the Google Font Directory, and a first look at Google Chrome Web Apps. Also: Twitter API Basic Authorization ends in 5 weeks.
A Minimal HTML Document (HTML5 Edition)
The HTML5 working group has put a lot of thought into slimming down the minimal set of tags required in an HTML document. It turns out all major browsers agree on several shortcuts that can cut down on that code, and the HTML5 specification now allows for these shortcuts to be used in valid code.
SitePoint Podcast #61: HTML5 = The Kitchen Sink
There’s HTML5 and then there’s HTML5, but what’s the difference? Plus: Patrick updates us on the Global Grind content theft.
SitePoint Podcast #60: Entering Boag’s World with Paul Boag
Patrick and Brad chat with Paul Boag of Boagworld and Headscape about web design, podcasting, book writing, and getting design signoff.
SitePoint Podcast #59: Speaking of Fail
Facebook attempts to take over the Web with its new Like button; Global Grind rips off content and appears to be getting away with it; Palm’s bet on the Web as the platform for mobile applications seems not to have paid off; Ning plans to shut the doors of thousands of free Web communities that it helped to create; and Cameron Adams compares the performance characteristics of HTML5 and Flash.