Articles about Web development
Mozilla's attempt to bring federated identity authentication to the web has been handed over to its community as the browser maker focuses on Firefox accounts.
For anyone who has missed having F8 around, get ready because the social network is bringing back the show.
As always who's winning the Web browser wars depends on whose numbers you believe. But the ranking charts all agree on one thing: There's been little change at the top in early 2014.
UPDATED: For those keeping score, Google Currents is NOT in the mix.
Penultimate is Evernote's "DNA" for building digital handwriting into the software company's flagship product.
The grab for mobile users is taking a number of different turns. Here's a small curve for marketers on LinkedIn.
AWS Activate is getting a boost from what might be Amazon's best resource aside from data: customer service.
Authors of Firefox plugins have until March 31st to apply to make a whitelist of plugins that will avoid Mozilla's click-to-play plugin model.
"Infinite scrolling" is fashionable but, as usually implemented, it breaks important web features and makes things harder to find, even for Google. But Google has a demo that might help...
A seemingly esoteric question actually turns out to be vital for dealing effectively with the trend toward silos of communication everywhere, from social networks to online communities.
The latest beta release of the Chrome browser for Linux, Mac and Windows introduces support for voice commands, as well as improved support for responsive design for web developers.
In today's consumer-driven IT world, a new rule stands above all the rest: keep it simple.
The two dominant Australian domain name companies look to merge to maintain competitiveness against cheaper, foreign-based competition.
Chrome extension developers will now have until the beginning of May to get their extensions for Windows users into the Chrome Web Store.