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In this keynote, Patrick takes a look at the shiny new world of HTML5 and CSS3, pointing out recurring themes and problems which have been a feature of web development and design since the very early days of the web...the tension between what designers want and what the technology allows, technology (ab)use, and the fact that standards - by their very nature - are only ever addressing current and past needs, rather than new use cases.
A brief look at the state of CSS3 today; what you can do right now, and what you’ll be able to do in the very near future. Then a look into the long-term future, to a time when CSS3 will enable page layouts far richer and more dynamic than we’d thought possible, and where CSS3 has taken on aspects of programming languages. What CSS developers will be learning years from now.
by Rudy Rigot
Much is being said at the moment about the effective possibilities brought by the media-queries technology ; some will say it removes the need to feature browser sniffing, brought back by the current mobile explosion, although there’s not much in common between those two!
The confusion is brought by one application of that technology, called “Responsive Web Design”, which allows to show the same webpage with a different layout depending on the screen resolution.
Although the applications seem magical, many aspects of a web project can get kind of messy when Responsive Web Design is involved, for instance:
20th–21st October 2011