Tag Archives: interoperability

HTML – from 5.1 to 5.2

There is a First Public Working Draft of HTML 5.2. There is also a Proposed Recommendation of HTML 5.1. What does that mean? What happened this year, what didn’t? And what next? First, the Proposed Recommendation. W3C develops specifications, like HTML 5.1, and when they are “done”, as agreed by the W3C, they are published […]

Learn about SMIL 3.0 and test it!

SMIL stands for Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language. It is an XML language which has been designed for creating interactive multimedia presentations, including timing and synchronization. For example, a fade effect from black to a photograph, or starting an animation at the same time than an audio file. What's new?

HTML WG members working together

Web standards are made by people. They interact, discuss, debate. They find issues, argue about them and finally try to settle down on what should be done. In the end, eventually it would be specified properly in a W3C Working Draft and then implemented in an interoperable way. It takes time and energy. I give here an example of a recent discussion between members of the HTML WG.