Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Future of Offline Web Applications

W3C has received 27 position papers for a workshop on November 5th on the Future of Offline Web Applications, which are all worth a read if you’re interested in Widgets, AppCache, and Web Apps in general. They are all quite … Continue reading

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PhoneGap and Widgets

Its been a busy month for PhoneGap, what with being acquired by Adobe and submitting their code to the Apache Incubator. For those who don’t know already, PhoneGap provides a way for developers of mobile web applications to convert their … Continue reading

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Projecting augmented reality

This week I went to Social Media Cafe in Manchester, which is an event where local creatives can show off some of the interesting stuff they’ve been working on and do some networking. One of the most interesting things I … Continue reading

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