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OCF and AllSeen Alliance Merge to Support One IoT Standard

by on  Oct 10, 2016

OCF and AllSeen Alliance join forces to advance IoTivity.

OCF, AllSeen, Microsoft and the Future of IoT

by on  Mar 08, 2016

There are three major groups attempting to standardize a solution for IoT connectivity: OCF, AllSeen Alliance and Thread Group. Will they go on divergent paths or join efforts behind one body that will standardize the communications between all IoT devices?

ECMAScript 2016: Array.prototype.includes and the Exponentiation Operator

by on  Feb 12, 2016

ECMAScript 2016 will include as new features only Array.prototype.includes and the Exponentiation Operator. Async functions will have to wait until next year.

Redfish: A New API for Managing Servers

by on  Aug 06, 2015

Redfish 1.0 is defined as a standard and a RESTful API for the management of scale-out commodity servers. Although it was created with the current needs of scalable architectures in mind, Redfish can be used for the management or the integration of the older platforms and their tool chains.

Kubernetes v1 Released, and Cloud Native Computing Foundation Formed

by on  Jul 21, 2015

Google have released Kubernetes v1, a production-ready version of the open source container orchestration system. The Linux Foundation, in combination with multiple industry partners, have also announced the formation of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which aims to advance the state-of-the-art for building cloud and container native applications.

Docker, CoreOS and Industry Coalition Create Open Container Project

by on  Jun 22, 2015

At DockerCon 2015, Solomon Hykes announced that a broad coalition of vendors, users and industry leaders are coming together to form the Open Container Project (OCP) for the express purpose of defining common specifications around container format and runtime. The OCP will be run under the auspices of the Linux Foundation as a minimalist, non-profit, openly governed project.

ECMAScript 2015 Has Been Approved

by on  Jun 17, 2015 3

The General Assembly of Ecma International has announced the approval of ECMA-262 6th edition, which is the Language Specification of ECMAScript 6 (ES6), also known as ECMAScript 2015.

Pointer Events Reaches W3C Final Stage, “Recommendation”

by on  Feb 25, 2015

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published the Pointer Events standard as a recommendation for wide adoption, but its future is in doubt as Apple and Google are refusing to implement it.

Google Dumps SPDY after HTTP/2 Enters "Last Call"

by on  Feb 10, 2015

Google has announced giving up SPDY after HTTP/2.0 has integrated the protocol and its standardization is in its final stages.

WHATWG Is Standardizing Web Streams

by on  Oct 31, 2014

After gestating for more than a year on GitHub, the project Streams has now been adopted by WHATWG in an effort to standardize a web streaming API. The project is led by Domenic Denicola, the man that started the work on Promises, currently part of the upcoming ECMAScript 6.

W3C's Latest HTML5 Standard Ignores WHATWG

by on  Oct 21, 2014

W3C published a new version of the HTML5 Differences from HTML4 working draft. The latest version describes the differences of W3C HTML5 and HTML4, and a comparison between WHATWG HTML and HTML4 is no longer covered.

Standard Markdown Becomes Common Markdown then CommonMark

by on  Sep 08, 2014

A group of representatives from Stack Exchange, GitHub, Reddit, and others have started to standardize and enhance Markdown under the name Standard Markdown. Their efforts have met the opposition of John Gruber, the syntax’s creator, who does not want to see Markdown used in other projects, so the project was eventually renamed CommonMark.

Ecma Standardizes Dart

by on  Jul 04, 2014

Ecma International has standardized the first edition of Dart, ECMA-408.

A Proposal for a Database URI Standard

by on  Dec 20, 2013

David Wheeler has proposed a standard URI format for database connections. This proposal would allow applications built on different technologies to share the same connection string. That would be beneficial for a wide variety of tools including report builders, automated build and deploy tools, and ORMs.

REST and the Internet of Things

by on  Oct 13, 2013 3

The Internet of Things is hear today and the IETF has begun a number of standardisation efforts in this area. Notable amongst them is the Constrained RESTful Environments (CoRE) working group, which is looking to provide REST approaches to constrained devices. There's also a Java project to support this work.

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