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by Abel Avram on  Nov 25, 2015 8 has replaced PHP with web technologies and a RESTful back-end API for the administration console.

Microsoft Bumps Edge Rendering Engine to EdgeHTML 13

by David Iffland on  Nov 25, 2015

The roll out of the first major update to Windows 10 includes the latest rendering engine for Microsoft's Edge browser. EdgeHTML 13 includes a number of HTML5 and CSS features and is a good sign that Microsoft can continually update their newest browser.

RiotJS Takes Big Step Forward with 2.3 Release

by James Chesters on  Nov 10, 2015

The Riot.js core team has released version 2.3, describing it as "a big step forward" for the React-like micro-library. The major 2.3 release organises the code base into six different modules: compiler, tmpl, observable, route, core and cli, meaning that if developers want to use just a part of the framework like the riot-route or the riot-observable they can do it without using riot at all.

JavaOne 2015 Preview

by Matt Raible on  Oct 25, 2015

In preparation for JavaOne 2015, InfoQ held a Q&A session with a number of speakers at this year's conference that caught our eye.

Speeding Up the Mobile Web with AMP HTML

by Abel Avram on  Oct 09, 2015 2

Google has open sourced the specification for a restricted HTML that is meant to improve the mobile experience on the web.

Lightweight JavaScript Library Offers Flash-Free Clipboard Integration

by David Iffland on  Oct 01, 2015

Clipboard.js is a lightweight library to copy text to the clipboard without using Flash.

React 0.14 Hits Release Candidate, Adding New Package Split, Refs Syntax, and More

by Sergio De Simone on  Sep 16, 2015 2

Two months after entering beta, React 0.14 has reached release candidate status. React 0.14 will enforce separation of rendering and core concerns, make it easier to declare stateless components, and add new `refs` syntax.

The Alliance for Open Media Is Set to Create a Free Video Format

by Abel Avram on  Sep 09, 2015

Several large Internet companies - Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla and Netflix – have formed the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia), an organization aiming to create an open royalty free video format that is interoperable, fit for various devices including mobile ones, supporting high quality video formats including UHD and commercial/non-commercial content.

Chrome 45 will no Longer Automatically Run Flash

by Abel Avram on  Aug 28, 2015

With Chrome 45 only the main Flash content will be enabled, the rest being paused unless the user decides to manually start it. Adopts Universal JavaScript, Drops Java from Rendering Pipeline

by David Iffland on  Aug 11, 2015 3

The team behind have dropped their Java-based HTML renderer in favor of a Universal JavaScript renderer that they can run in the browser or on the server.

Phaser 2.4: Game Framework's Epic Release

by James Chesters on  Jul 28, 2015

Phaser 2.4 is an "epic release" featuring a new video component updates, enhancements and fixes. Where 2.3 didn't have support for video files, creator Richard Davey says 2.4 not only introduces this support, but does so in a way that they can easily be used in games.

Mozilla Blocks Flash, Encourages HTML5 Adoption

by James Chesters on  Jul 20, 2015

Mozilla is encouraging developers towards HTML5 and JavaScript and away from Flash, after it blocked the plugin in browsers amid security concerns. Following Adobe's advice that two critical vulnerabilities would potentially allow attackers to take control of affected systems, Mark Schmidt, Firefox's head of support, announced the move on Twitter.

jQuery 3.0 Alpha Announced, Developers Need to Test

by David Iffland on  Jul 15, 2015

jQuery 3.0 alpha has been announced with plenty of breaking changes. The team wants to get feedback from the community over some of the proposed changes and developers need to test the updated library against their existing code.

Anticipated Firefox 39 Released After Stability Issues Cause Delays

by James Chesters on  Jul 08, 2015

Mozilla has released Firefox 39, after initial stability issues caused by a third party application. The much-anticipated release brings with it support for CSS Scroll Snap Points, new sharing features, and improved dev tools -- as well as several critical bug fixes.

Google Brings Material Design to CSS, HTML, and JavaScript

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 07, 2015 1

Google Material Design Lite) (MDL) aims to enable material design look and feel for websites. Material design is a visual language that is standard on Android and that Google is proposing cross-platform.

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