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Apple: Stuff Ups, Mistakes, and Finally Moving Forward?

Apple has held the reins of its App Store tightly for a long time. Now, with the public release of the Review Guidelines, and the opening of the market to Adobe Flash-built apps, Mark suggests that Apple is trying to make up for its big mistakes. Related Posts

  1. Mozilla Submit Firefox Home to the Apple iPhone App Store
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Sitepoint Article

13
Sep
2010

SpermKiller HD 1.0 (Mobile)

Playing SpermKiller you'll get tone of fun and thoughts about safety sex will come into your head. What's the aim of the game? Sperms and their friends' viruses are flying to the destination place. Player's obligation is to catch them with the help of special gun, which is firing with...

Tech Republic Article

12
Sep
2010

ntroduction to SVG online course: Early Bird Registration open!

W3C is delighted to announce its latest online training course: Introduction to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). The 5-week online course will be lead by David Dailey of Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania, who is writing an SVG Primer. People taking the course will:

  • create SVG documents;
  • learn how to add border effects, linear and radial gradients;
  • add animation using SMIL;
  • use scripting to transform and manipulate images; and
  • make graphics interactive and responsive to user input.

The only pre-requisite for the course is that participants have some familiarity with HTML/XML and the ability to edit source code directly. Participants will have access to lectures and assignments guided by W3C experts on this topic. There will also be opportunities to discuss and share experiences with your peers who are faced with the same challenges of Web design.

Registration is now open. The Early bird rate of €95 is available until 1 October. After that date, the rate is €125. Full details of the course (audience, content, timing, weekly commitment) is available in the Introduction to SVG: Course Description.

W3 Article

10
Sep
2010

Introduction to SVG online course: Early Bird Registration open!

W3C is delighted to announce its latest online training course: Introduction to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). The 5-week online course will be lead by David Dailey of Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania, who is writing an SVG Primer. People taking the course will:

  • create SVG documents;
  • learn how to add border effects, linear and radial gradients;
  • add animation using SMIL;
  • use scripting to transform and manipulate images; and
  • make graphics interactive and responsive to user input.

The only pre-requisite for the course is that participants have some familiarity with HTML/XML and the ability to edit source code directly. Participants will have access to lectures and assignments guided by W3C experts on this topic. There will also be opportunities to discuss and share experiences with your peers who are faced with the same challenges of Web design.

Registration is now open. The Early bird rate of 95 Euros is available until 1 October. After that date, the rate is 125 Euros. Full details of the course (audience, content, timing, weekly commitment) is available in the Introduction to SVG: Course Description.

W3 Article

10
Sep
2010

ClamXav 2.0.7 (Mac)

Free GUI front end to the ClamAV opensource virus checker. Update the virus definitions. Point it to a file or folder and scan. Other features include logging results to a file, placing infected files into quarantine, monitoring folders for changes to their contents and a Finder Contextual Menu Item.

Tech Republic Article

10
Sep
2010

New Resources for HTML and CSS Authors on Character Encodings

The Internationalization Core Working Group has just published 6 new articles and updated a further 5 articles and a tutorial to help HTML and CSS authors understand how to work with character encodings on the Web. For instance, there are articles that explore how to choose an encoding, how to declare it in various flavours of HTML and XHTML, what you need to know about the byte-order mark and normalization, and when to use (or not use) character escapes. For more iI18n news and RSS feeds, visit the Internationalization home page.

W3 Article

09
Sep
2010

Google launches 'Instant' search

Latest change to Google's search engine brings up results as soon as users type them. "Google Instant" aims to replace its traditional search tool in all markets.

Cnet Article

08
Sep
2010

Do You Still Have a Default Browser?

Your OS may require a default browser but do you? Are you continually flitting between browsing applications? Do you often have more than one open at a time? Is browser monogamy a thing of the past? Related Posts

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Sitepoint Article

08
Sep
2010

Last Call: Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3 Events Specification

The Web Applications Working Group has published a Last Call Working Draft of Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3 Events Specification. DOM Events is designed with two main goals. The first goal is the design of an event system which allows registration of event listeners and describes event flow through a tree structure. Additionally, the specification will provide standard modules of events for user interface control and document mutation notifications, including defined contextual information for each of these event modules. The second goal of DOM Events is to provide a common subset of the current event systems used in existing browsers. This is intended to foster interoperability of existing scripts and content. Comments are welcome through 18 October. Learn more about the Rich Web Client Activity.

W3 Article

08
Sep
2010


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