[New edition!] Standards for Web apps on mobile – October 2014

A deliverable of the HTML5Apps project, the October 2014 edition of the W3C Standards for Web Applications on Mobile includes changes and additions since July 2014, notably emerging work such as: the Second Screen Presentation Working Group API to request

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HTML5 is a Web standard!

The W3C HTML5Apps team is very proud to relay the good news that HTML5 reached the W3C Web standard status today! HTML5 defines the fifth major revision of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the format used to build Web pages

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Web Payments Activity Launched

HTML5Apps/W3C announced today a new Web Payments Initiative to integrate payments seamlessly into the Open Web Platform. W3C calls upon all industry stakeholders –banks, credit card companies, governments, mobile network operators, payment solution providers, technology companies, retailers, and content creators–

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[HTML5] Proposed Recommendation – Call for Review

The W3C HTML Working Group, responsible for the HTML5 specification’s progress, has published a Proposed Recommendation of HTML5 (on 16 September 2014). This specification is intended to become a W3C Recommendation (or Web standard). The W3C Membership and other interested

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Trust and Permissions for the Open Web Platform

A meeting was held in Paris on 3-4 September 2014 to bring together browser vendors and other stakeholders to discuss next steps for work on trust and permissions for the Open Web Platform, based upon insights gained from experience with

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