Awesome Technology on the Web - Oxygen Accelerator

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September 26, 2011

Awesome Technology on the Web - Oxygen Accelerator

A talk at Oxygen Accelerator about why HTML5 & JavaScript are awesome technologies to be developing with.

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robhawkes

September 26, 2011
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  1. HTML5 & JAVASCRIPT Awesome Technology on the Web Rob Hawkes

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  3. Created by Phil Banks (@emirpprime)

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  6. HTML5 & JavaScript What is all the fuss about?

  7. Open technologies Anyone can view the source code

  8. Free technologies Free to use. Free to develop with

  9. Plugin-less No more reliance on third-party software

  10. Interoperable They are built to work across platforms

  11. Cross-browser support Most major features are supported

  12. My favourites Highlighting some the best new features

  13. Canvas 2D graphics platform

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  18. WebGL 3D graphics platform

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  23. Video The reliance on Flash is over

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  26. Audio More Flash reliance vaporisation

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  28. WebSockets Bi-directional real-time communication

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  31. Node.js Run JavaScript on the server

  32. Many more Much has changed on the Web

  33. The future We are only at the beginning

  34. Threshold of something cool The time is now

  35. Rob Hawkes Rawkets.com HTML5 & WebSockets game Twitter sentiment analysis

    Delving into your soul RECENT PROJECTS Rawkes.com Personal website and blog MORE COOL STUFF ExplicitWeb.co.uk Web development podcast Rawket Scientist Technical Evangelist at Mozilla @robhawkes
  36. Become a canvas master RAWKES.COM/FOUNDATIONCANVAS Out now Paperback and digital

    formats Learn how to animate Make two cool space games Foundation HTML5 Canvas
  37. Hand-picked experts @ASKMDN & #ASKMDN ON TWITTER One hour every

    fortnight Web development topics Great discussions Ask MDN ASKMDN
  38. THANK YOU Any questions? Rob Hawkes @robhawkes