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Around the Web - August 2015 - ES6/ECMAScript 2015 & Premium Media

JavascriptWelcome to ES6 In Depth! In this new weekly series, we’ll be exploring ECMAScript 6, the upcoming new edition of the JavaScript language [Note : ES6 was approved as ECMA-262, 6th Edition, ECMAScript 2015 Language Specification mid June 2015]. ES6 contains many new language features that  […]

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Around the Web - November 2014

DNS Google public DNS (ie 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) is serving a third of the worldwide DNS traffic. Cloudflare published a series of articles on DNSSEC (for Secure DNS) ; very interesting if you want to know more about DNS Security and DNSSEC implementation : DNSSEC, an introduction & DNSSEC,  […]

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HTML5 Desktop apps

Back in May 2013 was published : HTML5 apps on the desktop in 2013. In the article, the author review the existing solutions which allows to build apps on the desktop that will use HTML/CSS/JS. It reviewed the existing solutions and quickly evaluated them. 8 months later : Sencha product is  […]

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Web Roundup - 6/11

Keeping on frontend side to change from my current backend tasks (SSO/Kerberos, Postgresql, etc) : Touch and Mouse : together again for the first time :You may consider so far that your application is either used in a touch context (on a tablet) or a mouse on (on the desktop). However with the rise  […]

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Paris Web 2013

I had the opportunity to attend Paris Web last week. For those who don't know Paris Web, it's a conference about webdesign, accessibility and quality, but not only/strictly and 2013 was the 8th edition, gathering 600 people in Palais Brongnart and almost 600 online too with the live. All the  […]

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Web Roundup - 02/10

A bunch of things, not really classified this time : On Javascript side : I spoke about Javascript frontend testing , here is now the introduction to code coverage. On the same topic, you have BrowserSwarm, which should allow you to automate your javascript testing accross browsers You have troubles  […]

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What if your next backend application would be only an API ?

Web site and application used to be built as following : On the server side, you had all the data, all the logic (what to display and when) and at the end, the server push the answer On the client side (ie in a browser mainly), you only have the rendering of the data and the layout  […]

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Responsive Web Design in 10 points

Attached an infography in French about Responsive Web Design (RWD) and 10 points you need to have in mind when you do RWD. [INSERER IMAGE] RWD is a set of tools and techniques so that a single website will be visible on all devices, from smartphone / tablets to screens by optimising the rendering  […]

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Real Time Communication (RTC) in your browser, it's for tomorrow...

You may have heard about WebRTC : WebRTC is a free, open project that enables web browsers with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple Javascript APIs. The WebRTC components have been optimized to best serve this purpose. Our mission: To enable rich, high quality, RTC applications to  […]

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Advent calendars, 2012 version

Each year, there used to be advent calendars about web or event IT in general. 2012 is not an exception. Purpose is that each day and till Christmas, a new article related to the topic is published. Below a list of existing advent calendars : Web performance advent calendar 24ways, about web design  […]

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Offline first, a better (html5) user experience

Interesting blog post about offline management in web apps and why it becomes now a required feature and how to make your app "offline" compliant: Offline first, a better (html5) user experience Summary: Decouple your app from the serverMake sure client side app is not reliant on server  […]

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