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Web of Things (WoT) Explainer Video and New Web Site

The Web of Things (WoT) standardization activities are now illustrated through a new animation! This animation shows how a web developer can implement interoperable Internet of Things solutions that are not locked into vendor specific frameworks. Additionally, the W3C WoT allows developer experience and skills to be transferred to different application domains such as agriculture, […]
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W3C Launches the Web Machine Learning Working Group

This post is co-authored by Anssi Kostiainen (Working Group Chair), Ningxin Hu and Chai Chaoweeraprasit (Web Neural Network API Editors), and Ping Yu (TensorFlow.js Core team). Machine Learning (ML) is a branch of Artificial Intelligence. A subfield of ML called Deep Learning with its various neural network architectures enables new compelling user experiences for web […]
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The 1st CJK Meeting on MiniApps

The W3C MiniApps Working Group and Community Group held the first CJK (Chinese/Japanese/Korean) online meeting dedicated to the future of standardization efforts on MiniApps in April 2021. The main goal of the meeting was to gather the global community together, especially the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean participants to know the MiniApp ecosystem in each area, […]
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EPUBCheck 4.2.5 and Website

We are pleased to announce the latest production-ready release of EPUBCheck, version 4.2.5, providing support for checking conformance to the EPUB 3.2 family of specifications. This is a maintenance release. Full details and release notes are available at [https://github.com/w3c/epubcheck/releases/tag/v4.2.5. We are also excited to launch the EPUBCheck website at https://www.w3.org/publishing/epubcheck/. Come here to download the […]
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W3C/OGC Publishes Maps for the Web Workshop Report

Making maps a first-class object on the web is a shared goal of W3C and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). The two organizations recently collaborated to hold a ​W3C-OGC Joint Workshop on Maps for the Web​ and have published their report. Workshop co-chair Peter Rushforth, Technology Advisor, Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation, Natural […]
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WHATWG Review Drafts of HTML and DOM endorsed as W3C Recommendations

In May 2019, W3C and the WHATWG signed an agreement to collaborate on the development of a single version of the HTML and DOM specifications. Both organizations work together on HTML and DOM, in the WHATWG repositories, to produce a Living Standard and Recommendation/Review Draft-snapshots. The W3C HTML Working Group was rechartered to assist the […]
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Welcome to Open Web Docs!

W3C welcomes the launch of the Open Web Docs (OWD) collective and, as a member of its Steering Committee, is committed to help the project fulfills its mission of supporting open web platform documentation (and MDN Web Docs in particular) as critical digital infrastructure. We’re looking forward to working with current and future OWD stakeholders […]
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