Kaazing’s lead instructor, Richard Clark (pictured left) authored 13 great
videos that help you get started with HTML5. The videos are published on
Intel’s Software Network and are free to the general public.
If you’re interested in any of these topics, head over to Intel to see them
Richard and the Kaazing University offer a wide range of custom HTML5,
Mobile, and Web communication classes as well.
HTML5 Introduction – This video will give you an introduction to HTML5 –
Why it is an important evolution of web technology, and an overview of the
features HTML5 Markup – This video will give you an overview of the markup
changes in HTML5 HTML5 and CSS3 – This video will give you an introduction
to CSS three and how it’s used in HTML5 application HTML5 Interactivity –
This video gives you an introduction to manipulating the DOM HTML5 Forms –
This video is... (more)
A fast-moving Comet is about to impact the Internet. When it hits, it will
wipe away the architecture flaws we have lived with for the past 15 years and
allow a new World Wide Web to evolve.
This new Web will include applications that are instantly on and always on,
applications that are truly multi-user, and applications that go far beyond
today’s “click and wait” Web solutions.
Brace for Comet Impact
Comet (or Reverse AJAX) introduces a significant departure from the stale
“click-and-wait” interaction we traditionally associate with Web
applications, and resurrects push-style c... (more)
Here is the recording of the second WebCast in our 3-part series: 5 Signs You
Need HTML5 WebSockets.
If you missed the first one you can watch it here: Web Communication
Revolution: an Overview of HTML5 WebSockets.
At DevCon5 in Santa Clara Peter Lubbers, founder of the San Francisco HTML5
User Group, gave a keynote, titled The HTML5 Connectivity Revolution. For his
presentation Peter used a WebSocket enabled presentation tool built by
Kaazing, called Presso.
Presso serves as a prime example for the types of apps you can build using
real-time Web technologies. Peter’s presentation could be followed along by
the audience on their tablets and laptops. As Peter was advancing the slides,
attendees saw the same animation on their screens. Presso also features a
remote control, allowing the pres... (more)
In his recent blog post, SPDY and WebSocket Support at Akamai Stephen Ludin
(pictured), chief product architect talks about Akamai’s vision of the Web.
Stephen discusses that at the 2012 Santa Clara Velocity conference Akamai
announced upcoming SPDY and WebSocket support. He talks about the performance
improvements SPDY and WebSocket bring to the table, about the possible
combination of the two technologies, and points to Kaazing’s demos to
showcase how the WebSocket technology is pushing the interactive web to new
Head over to Akamai’s blog to read the full p... (more)