Mobile performance can be tough and users expect fast response times – more than five seconds and you’ve lost. By Catheryne Nicholson (Co-Founder & CEO, MommaZoo) We knew from the start that we wanted MommaZoo to be accessible from as many devices as possible and have the widest reach possible. We wanted parents to use [...]
Posts Tagged "HTML5"
Developers: are you ready for it? Google I/O is coming! By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) The only ticket in the Silicon Valley for women that hotter than a ticket to a Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner would be to the annual Google developer’s conference – Google I/O. This year, Google I/O is [...]
This is my story of how I almost won $20k. By Hadiyah Mujhid (Co-Founder, Black Founders) This weekend I participated in the AT&T Mobile HTML5 Hackathon. I had very mixed feelings in the beginning about my participation for multiple reasons. The first reason in which I was against participating is because I have a number [...]
Facebook Mobile App in 20, no 7, Minutes By Anna Billstrom (iOS & Facebook App Developer, Self) I’m speaking at the AT&T HTML5 Hackathon tonight, and here are my slides, and basically my entire presentation. OMG UNICORNS AND PONIES Facebook has a nifty Mobile Web SDK and tutorial, and that’s what I’m going to make. [...]
Improvements, controversies and news related to HTML5. By Cherr Aira (Writer, Silicon Angle) HTML5 is already making its mark on today’s internet era by overcoming the limitations of its Flash and HMTL predecessors. The unification of HTML and XHTML syntax and the introduction of application programming interfaces (APIs) are good examples. HTML5 also simplified multimedia [...]
New developments in HTML5, including a HTML5-based website builder for non-programmers. By Kristen Nicole (Senior Editor, SiliconAngle) HTML5 is said to be “the one” that would dominate all forms of computer language from desktops to mobile devices, toppling Flash along the way. Back in November, Adobe pulled the plug on their Flash for mobile to [...]
We are in the early days of a major new technology cycle driven by mobile Post-PC Devices and HTML5. TL;DR is an event designed to help entrepreneurs understand and leverage the opportunities, and will take place on Friday, March 30 at Mission Bay in San Francisco. Hear from speakers like Floodgate Fund’s Managing Partner Mike [...]