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The Annual Mobile Monday London Debate: HTML5 vs. Native apps
Last night, at Mobile Monday London (#MoMoLo), we saw the latest edition of the HTML5 versus Native Apps debate. That never ending debate where a bunch of ‘experts’ get together and pontificate over which platform is the best. Read more – ‘The Annual Mobile Monday London Debate: HTML5 vs. Native apps’.
Mark Zuckerberg on HTML5 vs. Native apps
When I’m introspective about the last few years I think the bigest mistake that we made, as a company, is betting too much on HTML5 as opposed to native…because it just wasn’t there. Read more – ‘Mark Zuckerberg on HTML5 vs. Native apps’.
Web Content Manager – Sweatshop.co.uk – Leading Specialist Running Retailer
Sweatshop has an exciting opportunity for someone to join the E-commerce team to help drive online sales growth for Sweatshop. The key responsibilities of this role are producing and managing email marketing campaigns, creating and editing content for the website and working on website development projects in conjunction with the Head of E-commerce and external web developers. Read more – ‘Web Content Manager – Sweatshop.co.uk – Leading Specialist Running Retailer’.
Let's not Dilly-Dally: ColdFusion has its Merits
ColdFusion is 13 years old. That make makes it the daddy of the web world! It does not make it any less hip or useful than the relatively new kids on the block. Let's not dilly-dally, bicker or insult one another about which is best, which one is dying and which one is not worth the computer it is compiled on. What is important is to understand the merits of each language and decide which one best suits the application, not only in technical terms, but also in terms of time-to-market, cost of development, availability of a skilled workforce etc. Read more – ‘Let's not Dilly-Dally: ColdFusion has its Merits’.
Writing a Good Web Accessibility Statement
An accessibility statement makes a good addition to all web sites. It is not only a place to demonstrate that you are taking accessibility seriously, but more importantly, it should provide extra information for visitors to your site — particularly for those people with disabilities who need to know about the accessibility of the information and services you provide — and a mechanism to receive feedback on accessibility. Read more – ‘Writing a Good Web Accessibility Statement’.
Open Standards: Break Down Those Walls
On the Web, a walled garden is an environment that controls the user's access to Web content and services. In effect, the walled garden directs the user's navigation within particular areas, to allow access to a selection of material, or prevent access to other material. Read more – ‘Open Standards: Break Down Those Walls’.
British Standards and Web Compliance
British web compliance expert, Magus, joins forces with BSI to raise online standards. Read more – ‘British Standards and Web Compliance’.
Firefox Extensions for Web Developers
By itself, Firefox is a lean and fast browser, but lacks many functions useful to a Web Developer. This is where extensions come to the rescue. Web Developers use a host of Firefox extensions to increase their efficiency. I have included a list of my most used extensions. All of these plugins are great for developing and bug testing web sites within the Firefox browser environment. Read more – ‘Firefox Extensions for Web Developers’.
Web Accessibility Toolbar
The Web Accessibility Toolbar, provided by the Accessible Information Solutions (AIS) team at the National Information and Library Service (NILS) , Australia, is a tool for advanced users or web developers, that helps to examine the structure, components and accessibility features of any given web page. It installs as an Internet Explorer (version 5+, Windows) toolbar and offers several integrated tools to inspect style sheets, tables, frames, images and more, as well as a wide variety of tests and features that are provide by other web sites, including link checks, HTML validation, page download speed, colour simulations, page resolutions and much more. A nice toolbox for web developers. Read more – ‘Web Accessibility Toolbar’.