High-end site builder Zurb is launching the fifth iteration of its popular Foundation framework for front-end web developers today. Foundation 5 is faster to learn, faster to code, and faster to run, ”chief instigator” Bryan Zmijewski told VentureBeat.
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Guest Post Everyone seems to be gung-ho about HTML5 or native mobile apps, and religiously preaching for one approach over the other. Yet, while mobile giants such as Apple and Google battle it out, some companies are already opting for a third option — mediating the two approaches in what is popularly known as the “hybrid app approach”.
When the top three Internet search providers work together on a project, the web pays attention. On Thursday, Google, Bing, and Yahoo introduced schema.org, a resource for website owners and developers that want to add markup to their pages.
In a major play in the battle for HTML5 video, MPEG LA — the firm that manages patents for audio and video codecs like MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 — announced today that it will offer a royalty-free license for its H.264 codec on sites that offer free video to consumers.