Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-08-22

RT @martintyler: HTML5Rocks site updated - http://bit.ly/d2SchG #html5 #web # RT @martintyler: HTML5Rocks site updated - http://bit.ly/d2SchG #html5 # Latest blog from @ian_alderson: It's High Time ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-08-01

Platformability latest: 2 minutes with Arthur Smit, UX Designer: http://bit.ly/dl8Tki # RT @songvang: Creating Cross Browser HTML5 Forms Now, Using Modernizr, Webforms2 and HTML5Widgets http://sng.vg/html5widgets # Mozilla focusing on browser innovation with the new ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-18

RT @ajaxian: Strobe; A hot new HTML5-touch startup founded by Charles Jolley: http://bit.ly/blCsau # RT @cometdaily: Reminder, London Comet panel is tonight http://www.meetup.com/londonajax/calendar/13682478/ @london_ajax # Platformability's latest UX post! With ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-11

1st Platformability post of the week-A singular state of mind. Read Tammy's thoughts on technological singularity: http://bit.ly/avkF5g #yam # London AJAX user group Comet Panel - next Thursday evening, (July 13th) @ 18:30 - register here: ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-04

Platformability freebie! Download Arthur's Lazy Kit your next website design mock-up: http://bit.ly/9i4R8w # Platformability is now optimised for portable devices! Give it a go on your mobile! http://bit.ly/OgvD5 # London Ajax User Group Meetup: Comet Panel ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-06-13

Platformability post: @andrewjdarnell comments our last Tech Talk: The Art of Motivation: Autonomy, Purpose & Mastery: http://bit.ly/dmaF3Z # Great article about why #html5 does not spell the end of #silverlight or # ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-06-06

Platformability: Which version of HTML5 WebSocket? by @martintyler http://bit.ly/8XYBSZ # Platformability's latest: get @detyro's take on SPA 2010 in his latest post (a good read!): "SPA2010 conference redux" http://bit.ly/bTInxI # Powered ...Read More

Which version of HTML5 WebSocket?

I have blogged about Why we don't need HTML5 WebSocket previously - and to recap, it's not that we don't need it, it's not really that important until it is far more widespread and that is a very long way off. Anyway, Google ...Read More

HTML5 WebSocket Failure Rates

Some interesting information on WebSockets recently came to my attention. Greg Wilkins posted to the hybi mailing list about Websocket success rates and TLS extension which links to some original research done by Google employees here while looking at ...Read More