Thursday 28th June, 2012
4:45pm to 5:30pm
In the past few years we've seen the rapid proliferation of web actions that allow the user to do something with the current page or site over on another site or application.
A web action is not a specific technology but uses a variety of technologies. Typical web actions consist of:
This talk will discuss how sites can best code (and design) support for web actions, and best practices for web action service providers and anti-patterns to beware of and avoid.
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