The RAML Workgroup has announced plans for RAML 1.0 Final Candidate to be published at the end of this month. RAML stands for RESTful API Modeling Language and is one of several API description specifications than can be used to design and document APIs.
The U.S. Web Design Standards are a set of common UI components and visual styles for websites in the U.S. government. It is a resource designed to make things easier for government designers and developers, while raising the bar on what the American people can expect from their digital experiences.
If you are not feeling ready for ES6, and you want to be (and you should want to be), then this article is for you. I share a mini curriculum for studying and learning ES6.
This comprehensive primer on the internal operations of WebKit and Gecko is the result of much research done by Tali Garsiel. Over a few years, she reviewed all the published data about browser internals and spent a lot of time reading web browser source code.
Source code for Jquery-mobile docs
Zotero is an easy-to-use yet powerful research tool that helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources (citations, full texts, web pages, images, and other objects), and lets you share the results of your research in a variety of ways. An extension to the popular open-source web browser Firefox, Zotero includes the best parts of older reference manager software (like EndNote)â€”the ability to store author, title, and publication fields and to export that information as formatted referencesâ€”and the best parts of modern software and web applications (like iTunes and del.icio.us), such as the ability to interact, tag, and search in advanced ways. Zotero integrates tightly with online resources; it can sense when users are viewing a book, article, or other object on the web, andâ€”on many major research and library sitesâ€”find and automatically save the full reference information for the item in the correct fields. Since it lives in the web browser, it can effortlessly transmit information to, and receive information from, other web services and applications; since it runs on oneâ€™s personal computer, it can also communicate with software running there (such as Microsoft Word). And it can be used offline as well (e.g., on a plane, in an archive without WiFi).
The HTML Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft of the XHTML Role Attribute Module to provide the ability to integrate the role attribute into any markup language based on XHTML Modularization 1.1. Developed in conjunction with the accessibility community and other groups, the document is the first of a series of XHTML modules designed to help extend the scope of XHTML-family markup languages into new environments.
Some of the best minds working in web standards have been quietly or loudly abandoning the W3C. BjÃ¶rn HÃ¶rmann is the latest. His reasons for leaving the W3C QA Group make compelling reading (hat tip: Terje Bless). I believe in W3C standards, particularly the ones you and I use every day, but I worry about the direction in which the W3C is headed.
The idea behind is simple: There are many Usability Experts who want to contribute to software projects. And there are many developers who want to make their software more usable, and as a consequence, more successful.
Tim Berners-Lee keynote at WWW2005 on 11 May 2005.
Essential bookmarks for web-designers and webdevelopers. Collected by Vitaly Friedman.
From the W3C Quality Assurance Interest Group work. Whether you are a manager, a Web developer, a Marketing or Communications team member, or perhaps an individual Web master, you have read about the interest in Web standards from many sources. You have understood that standards are beneficial for your Web site in terms of cost savings, ease of management and profitability, and so you have decided to switch - and employ standards within your Web site.
How is it with all the %2F's and all that?
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Boxes and Arrows is the definitive source for the complex task of bringing architecture and design to the digital landscape. There are various titles and professions associated with this undertaking—information architecture, information design, interaction design, interface design—but when we looked at the work that we were actually doing, we found a “community of practice” with similarities in outlook and approach that far outweighed our differences.
is an integrated network of information resource sites aimed at serving the broader needs of Internet users by offering a central location for everything pertaining to building, profiting and promoting a Web site.
"Our mission is to develop well organized and easy to understand online Web tutorials based on W3C Web standards."
Excellent html tutorials and web design guides. Templates to help beginners writing their first basic homepage. Tips on how to use graphics on your website. Tutorials to teach you everyting you need to know to create and publish your first website. Online home page wizard, online search engine submission, web design resources directory.
RD Site Builder has well organized and easy to understand HTML CSS XML ASP tutorials with lots of working examples and source code.
Philip Greenspun's book is a modern classic in webpublishing. Read and learn!
This website provides essential information to help make websites and other software easier to use.
Bruce "Tog" Tognazzini's monthly AskTog column: mostly about user interfaces for Web applications.
Enrich yourself by joining one of the many guilds and organizations out there. Meet fellow artisans practicing their craft and expand your webmastering skills with one of the many certification programs available.
A collective effort by web developers and end users. Our mission is to stop the fragmentation of the web, by persuading the browser makers that common standards are in everone's best interest.
Even with the best possible design of any single page, your site will fail to attract visitors if not equipped with a neat, consistent, and intuitive navigational interface. This article addresses the main issues designers confront when building effective navigation tools.
"I have two cardinal rules of web authorship. (1) The Web is and should be platform-independent. Documents will convey the same information to users who have various operating systems ...(2) HTML is a content markup language, not a desktop publishing or page presentation environment."
What are the essential traits of great Web sites? After you visit a site and find yourself staying awhile, what makes you stay? A sense of humor helps. Flashy graphics are nice. But the fundamental traits that make a site work are more elusive. This article will break down the essential characteristics of great Web sites into some easily followed rules of thumb.