Recently a new community initiative was created by the W3C called the Web Platform. The idea is that it will become the ‘go to’ resource for documentation relating to open web technologies. This is supported by a number of large high-profile companies such as Google, Apple (though not listed on the homepage), Microsoft, Adobe, Facebook, HP, Nokia, Mozilla and Opera.
It is currently in Alpha, but in the future it “will have accurate, up-to-date, comprehensive references and tutorials for every part of client-side development and design, with quirks and bugs revealed and explained.”
Let’s just hope the content it is not as dry and verbose as the original W3C standards documentation.
Now that Adobe MAX 2010 is over for another year, it is time to catch up on all those sessions you missed at the time. Even if you were there in LA there will still be a lot of information and announcements that you missed. Catch up here …
I have just come across four great animations called Understanding Games. Each episode (1, 2, 3 and 4) looks at a different aspect of game design and is done in a simple, engaging and interactive way. I love the retro styling and the way the information is presented.