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The Ultimate Technical Guide for the Flash to HTML5 Transition – Part 1/4
6 months ago

The Ultimate Technical Guide for the Flash to HTML5 Transition – Part 1/4

Over the last few years, HTML5 video evolved from a basic solution which was not a good fit for broadcasters, to a mature playback stack that can be used for …
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The Bitter Reality of HTML5 Video on Android
4 years ago

The Bitter Reality of HTML5 Video on Android

If you have been reading this blog in the past, you are aware of the video features required for professional video delivery. With “professional”, I am referring to premium video …
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Cube Slam – a Real-time WebRTC Chrome Game
4 years ago

Cube Slam – a Real-time WebRTC Chrome Game

An interesting Chrome experiment based on WebRTC, which incorporates webcam and microphone input, and the ability to play a 3d version of Pong, an arcade classic. It works around the firewall limitation of …
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The Future of Responsive Digital Layout / National Geographic

Adobe’s Christian Cantrell has been working on some pretty interesting digital layout concepts with National Geographic that push the envelope of what is, or will be, possible with web standards.


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RCZ Test Driver (Peugeot) – Is HTML5 Ready for Rich Video Marketing Sites?
4 years ago

RCZ Test Driver (Peugeot) – Is HTML5 Ready for Rich Video Marketing Sites?

Peugeot’s new immersive video marketing experience really caught my eye, due to its use of HTML5. It contains a high quality level of video and interactivity integration that I have …
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W3Conf 2013 Live Feed
4 years ago

W3Conf 2013 Live Feed

In case you can’t be in SF, the W3Conf 2013 has a live stream for you to virtually attend. It’s W3C’s annual conference for web professionals. This year it’s hosted …
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RTMFP and the IETF – Q&A with Co-Creator Michael Thornburgh
5 years ago

RTMFP and the IETF – Q&A with Co-Creator Michael Thornburgh

RTMFP is the protocol behind Flash’s powerful P2P technology, which empowers websites such as Chatroulette, Airtime, or Haxball. It’s also behind the P2P Android 3G mobile test, and the Overdigital Videochat on the picture above (please note, this is not Michael, but a demo of a RTMFP based call).

Adobe recently submitted RTMPF to the IETF to become a HTML web standard. I had the chance to chat with Michael Thornburgh, Senior Computer Scientist at Adobe, and co-creator of RTMFP. Read More

Flash P2P (RTMFP) Officially Submitted As Open Web Standard (IETF)
5 years ago

Flash P2P (RTMFP) Officially Submitted As Open Web Standard (IETF)

An exciting announcement for the internet community. Adobe’s Michael Thornburgh officially submitted the RTMFP protocol to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Michael is the brain behind RTMFP, the Flash P2P protocols that …
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Jam With Chrome
5 years ago

Jam With Chrome

A great Chrome-browser showcase for the latest HTML5 improvements, allowing collaborative JAM sessions between online users.

It takes advantage of the Web Audio API, Websockets, Canvas and CSS3. You can learn more …
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My Top 7 Essential WordPress Plugins
5 years ago

My Top 7 Essential WordPress Plugins

For many bloggers, WordPress is the main choice with an incredible rich set of plugins and extensions.

WordPress is used by over 16.7% of Alexa Internet’s “top 1 million” websites and as of August 2011 manages 22% of all new websites. [via Techcrunch]

Here is my personal list of top WordPress extensions.

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