Saturday Keynote: What's New in the Web?

A session at Over the Air 2016

Saturday 26th November, 2016

10:00am to 11:00am (GMT)

The W3C is responsible for some of the oldest and most important web
standards, as well as many of the newest and most innovative. In this
talk, Léonie Watson will take a lightening look at what's happening in
web standards, from the technologies we use every day to the latest APIs.

Find out what's new in HTML5.1, and what the future holds for HTML5.2.
Get the latest on web notifications with the Push API, speech
input/output with the Web Speech API, game interaction with the Gamepad
and Vibration APIs, and event handling with Pointer Events and the
Pointer Lock API.

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Léonie Watson

Accessibility engineer, W3C Web Platform WG co-chair, writer and speaker, screen reader user, tequila drinker and crime fiction junkie. bio from Twitter

10 attendees

  • AlisonW
  • James Porter
  • Craig Heath
  • Jo Pearce
  • Léonie Watson
  • Michael R. Lorek
  • Martin Wink
  • Claire Christmas
  • Michael R. Lorek
  • Sareh

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Over the Air 2016

England England, London

25th26th November 2016

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Time 10:00am11:00am GMT

Date Sat 26th November 2016


Main Stage, St. John's Hoxton

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