Chasing the evolving web

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It's been a long time since we've seen browsers evolving at the rate which they currently are with Microsoft, Mozilla and Google releasing preview versions of their future browser rolling every few months, not every few years. And with each browser release we see better HTML5 support, more CSS3 support and occasionally experimental features. But how do you hit the moving target which is the modern web? What libraries are out there that you should be using to ensure that you're not repeating the boring tasks of the modern web? How do you ensure that you're building sites that will also support older browsers?









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      This is completely a session for a person whose main focus is the web and the future of the web.

      @Aaron has explained the situations in details and in a short period of time fluently which makes the session more powerful IMO. Also the tools he has used makes life and web development easier and powerful. Some of the stuff used there were the ones I have already known but some of them were the ones I have missed. 

      Thanks Aaron!

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      Backwards compatibility remains a crucial point, which explains why some ancient html tags are still widely supported, and have to be. At present, the most important would be to unify the various languages on all platforms, and then gradually drop older standards. Nevertheless, this is a fascinating discussion taking place. Nouvelles technologies de referencement Google supportées par tous les navigateurs, avec positionnement en première page des moteurs de recherche en Suisse et dans le monde.

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