Generated Content by David Storey

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About 'Generated Content by David Storey' Channel

Generated Content by David Storey: A blog about HTML5, CSS3, SVG, ES5/JavaScript and other open web technologies. Also t...

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Mobile first: the revolution is well under way

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See your site like the rest of the world does. On the Nokia X2-01

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New standards support in Opera 12 alpha

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Predictions for the Web in 2013

[...] (the latter of which is one of Opera’s strong suites, and partially why they do so well in the mobile browser wars), while Canonical have a ton of OS experience, but are not exactly known as a web [...]

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Predictions for the Web in 2013

[...] , but is not part of the app-centric smartphone battle. The core battle will likely be between Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry 10. It’s an interesting contest, as BlackBerry still has an edge in [...]

Predictions for the Web in 2013

[...] is fading fast. RIM will need to try to convert those loyal holdouts to BB10. In reality, Windows Phone has the head star,t as BlackBerry is moving to a whole new platform, which is still not on the [...]

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