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.
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 …
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.
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 …
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.
Exciting news for HTML developers, the modern web just became a lot more approachable with a new line-up of Adobe HTML tools. Click here to watch the entire keynote.