The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has voted to approve Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) as a Web standard – yet some organisations are not happy about the result. The post W3C approves EME digital rights standard – with Electronic Frontier Foundation resigning appeared first on Developer Tech News.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) will collaborate on developing a single version of the HTML and DOM specifications – in a move which may help bring the two factions closer together. The post W3C and WHATWG come together for HTML Read more…
Microsoft has provided details of what features are being adopted or abandoned from Chromium for its Edge browser reincarnation. The post Adopted or abandoned: Microsoft details Chromium-based Edge features appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Apple is giving iOS apps which handle real cash in an HTML5 wrapper a bit longer to transition to native
Apple is giving iOS developers whose apps use HTML5 containers and deal with real cash, six months longer to make them fully-native. The post Apple is giving iOS apps which handle real cash in an HTML5 wrapper a bit longer to transition to native appeared first on Developer Tech News.