There are a lot of new startups emerging on the market, but it takes a team of talented individuals to come up with a great idea and bring it to life in just 24 hours. My friends at GPMD had done just that.
On the 30th of June the first 12 hour shift commenced and at 20:00 on the 1st of July the secret project GPMD had been working on for 24 hours was unleashed.
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I have come across a very interesting article at www.infoworld.com about HTML5 and why it is not yet ready for deployment.
"The problem we're facing right now is there is already a lot of excitement for HTML5, but it's a little too early to deploy it because we're running into interoperability issues," said Philippe Le Hegaret, W3C interaction domain leader who is responsible for specifications like HTML and SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). "I don't think it's ready for production yet, The real problem is can we make [HTML5] work across browsers and at the moment, that is not the case."
Al Hilwa of IDC agrees with Philippe Le Hegaret "HTML 5 is at various stages of implementation right now through the Web browsers. If you look at the various browsers, most of the aggressive implementations are in the beta versions. IE9 (Internet Explorer 9), for example, is not expected to go production until close to mid-next year. That is the point when most enterprises will begin to consider adopting this new generation of browsers."The current browser HTML5 capabilities (out of 300) are:
Le Hegaret acknowledged HTML5 is viewed as a "game changer." Companies now can deploy HTML5 in their applications or in intranets where a rendering engine can be controlled, said Le Hegaret. But it is a different story on the "open Web," where interoperability is an issue, he added.
The article then continues to talk about Apple claiming that HTML5 will eventually replace Flash and Silverlight, with Le Hegaret disagreeing with such claims acknowledging that the use of Flash will begin to fade once HTML5 is approved in two to three years.Go over to www.infoworld.com to read the full article.
U.S. and U.K. companies and agencies cite quality, not cost, as the primary reason.
This year could be of critical importance to the open source software industry, with a recent survey showing a majority of businesses and organizations in the U.S. and United Kingdom expecting to increase investment in it this year.
A survey by Accenture also showed that nearly 40 percent of those queried also planned to migrate critical operations to open source systems in the next 12 months
Read the full story at Network World.
Until recently if I ever needed to create an element with a double border, like on the example below, I would use nested DIVs.