It’s that time of year, and we’re once again publishing our HTML5 wishlist. Read on to find out what we’re hoping to see happen in the world of web browsers and web standards.
As part of our series on the HTML5 capabilities of new mobile platforms, today we look at the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first device to ship with Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich. Will Android 4.0 be a major step forward?
As part of our continuing series on the HTML5 capabilities of new mobile platforms, we’re taking the measure of the new Amazon Kindle Fire. Join us as we take a look at how the device stacks up as an HTML5 app platform.
Today we’re excited to let you know that we’re hosting a free roadshow at five cities in the United States to help developers get up to speed on HTML5 and also Sencha technologies. This free, half-day workshop is designed to educate developers on how they can leverage HTML5 in mobile and how to build rich applications built on open standards. If you’re new to HTML5 or new to mobile, this is the perfect workshop for you.
Whenever a new device or mobile operating system comes out, we do a HTML5 Developer Scorecard, to help folks who are building mobile web apps understand how to take advantage of these new devices. Today, we look at HTML5 on Apple’s iOS 5.
Today we’re very proud to announce the first release of Sencha Animator, a desktop application for the creation of rich media animations based on web standards for modern mobile devices. Sporting an innovative technology in a familiar working environment for designers, Sencha Animator enables interactive designers to transition their skills to open web standards.
Simply put, (and with the caveat that we were running on the notably overpowered developer preview hardware) the IE10 HTML5 experience is one of the best we’ve seen on any platform to date. After a decade of web neglect, Microsoft is back with a vengeance.
We’re excited to share with you the beta release of Sencha Touch Charts. Touch Charts is a new add-on to Sencha Touch that we think will change how people interact with mobile web data.
We review the browser on the Samsung Bada, a half featurephone, half smartphone, but full WebKit browser.