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I had the great privilege of being a speaker at HTML5 Developer Conference in San Francisco recently. It was the second HTML5 Dev Conf I have presented at, with the first one being October 2013. This time, I paired with … Continue reading
On 21-24 October 2013, HTML5DevConf returned to San Francisco, this time at the enormous Moscone Center North. As always, the sold-out conference attracted web developers, architects, business development leads, CTOs, CEOs, designers, students, QA engineers, technical writers — and many … Continue reading
Kaazing and the San Francisco HTML5 User Group are happy to attend HTML5DevConf on 1-3 April. This is the fourth installation of this very popular and information-packed conference, and will be hosted at the beautiful, historic Palace Hotel in San … Continue reading
A little while ago, we announced that our book, The Definitive Guide to HTML5 WebSocket, was on the horizon. Frank Salim, Peter Moskovits, and I are super excited to share the news that we finished writing the book and it’s … Continue reading
Kaazing’s Setting Up Kaazing WebSocket Gateway – HTML5 Edition document won a Society of Technical Communications Merit Award for meeting high standards in documentation and applying technical communication principles in a highly proficient manner. This setup guide shows you how … Continue reading
We are already at the end of 2012 and at the writing of this article the World, according to some, will go under. After all, it is supposed to be the end of the Mayan calendar and the date is … Continue reading
It’s that time of year, when we look back and see what we’ve done, how far we’ve come, and, oh yes, where we still want to go. But, before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s take a quick look at … Continue reading