Not too long ago I received a coveted notification from Google to inform me of my opportunity to join the “Glass Explorers” program. It’s a cool opportunity, but by no means is it like rolling in with a rock star pass. Nope, instead you get to buy the Google Glass, approx, $1,500.00, and then go to one of three locations to pick them up (you pay your own travel). So I chose the greatest location, because of the city it was in, Chelsea Market in New York City. So the family and I drove up and stayed two evenings at the Jade Hotel in Greenwich Village and enjoyed a lot of what NYC has to offer. But none of this is really important, what follows next is the crux of this whole post. Continue reading
Never has a W3C specification had such a rousing impact on the technology world as HTML5. So rousing in fact that not everyone could agree when creating the specification. So now we have the WHATWG version of the HTML5 specification. Then you throw in all the technical religious battles about what technology HTML5 will kill, the HTML5 as a mobile strategy discussions, and you get a lot of hype and misunderstandings. So let’s try and clarify three misunderstandings I have heard and read.
So Google has provided another language for all of us web developers and it’s name is Dart. Dart is different than Google’s Go in the sense that Dart is meant for the web layer, or “to give a structured programing language for the web.”
Then there is support…