Tag Archives: Google

On Rendering Engine Consolidation…

TweetToday, Opera made a surprising (to many) announcement that they are replacing their rendering engine with WebKit and their JavaScript engine with V8. The response to this news by developers has been largely mixed, although those opposed seem to be … Continue reading

Quick Thoughts On Kindle Fire

TweetOk, so what does everyone think of the Kindle Fire? Is it an iPad killer? Is it step one in a strong strategic plan by Amazon? Or is it just another ho-hum entry in the tablet wars? My take is … Continue reading

10 Technologies to Keep an Eye On, Part I

TweetWe live in an exciting technological time where the only thing constant is change. ¬†When faced with creating the next big thing, there are many time tested technologies to choose from, and a slew of new technologies that promise to … Continue reading

5 Tips for Using HTML5 Today

So, Google and Apple are pushing this HTML5 thing, and yet, as mentioned by myself and others, HTML5 is just not quite ready for wholesale use. That being said, there are some tactics, techniques, and technologies that you can use today to create a fully functional Web, Mobile, or Tablet app. Following are five such tips. Continue reading

HTML5: Is it Ready for Prime Time?

The recent announcement by Apple that it has sold over one million iPads in just 28 days has developers chomping at the bit to create apps for the iPhone OS. However, for many of these App Store success story hopefuls, there are at least two problems that they face before writing even a single line of code. Continue reading