HTML5 Takes Over The World

A session at BACON 2012

Friday 20th April, 2012

2:45pm to 3:15pm (GMT)

Forever the backbone of the Internet, HTML is now trying to escape the browser, but are web technologies the best ways to make native applications? We will explore various emerging platforms for turning HTML, CSS and JavaScript into native applications and weigh up the benefits of each. We'll then look further into the implications of having many different platforms and on to what the W3C has up its sleeve for the future. This is not the old "web vs native" debate, but a look into "web as native" and what it means to development right now and in the increasingly exciting future for web developers.

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Phil Nash

Developer evangelist for Twilio and Google Developer Expert. I write JavaScript, Ruby and Swift. Probably listening to ska punk right now. console.log('🍻');

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BACON 2012

England England, London

20th21st April 2012

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Time 2:45pm3:15pm GMT

Date Fri 20th April 2012


Auditorium, The Mermaid Conference Centre

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