If You ask the AMP Team, All Websites Should be Using AMP

John Mueller, a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google in Switzerland, confirmed what everybody is thinking, Google and the AMP Team ultimately intends for almost all sites to display AMP versions for mobile devices. “If you ask the AMP team, they will tell you that all websites should be using AMP, “Mueller said in replying to… Continue reading If You ask the AMP Team, All Websites Should be Using AMP

New Twitter API And Tools To Ease Integrating Tweets In Content

Twitter has made it easier to add rich, responsive Tweet displays directly to your website or CMS. There are now 3 options: 1. Factory Functions – Allows you to easily generate timelines for any web app. 2. oEmbed API – Integrate profile, list, like, or collection timelines directly into your CMS. 3. publish.twitter.com – A… Continue reading New Twitter API And Tools To Ease Integrating Tweets In Content

Salesforce Spending $100 Million A Year To Host On Amazon’s Cloud (AWS)

Salesforce announced that it has selected AWS as its preferred public cloud infrastructure provider. “We are excited to expand our strategic relationship with Amazon as our preferred public cloud infrastructure provider,” said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, Salesforce. “There is no public cloud infrastructure provider that is more sophisticated or has more robust enterprise capabilities… Continue reading Salesforce Spending $100 Million A Year To Host On Amazon’s Cloud (AWS)

Blisk Offers The Ultimate Browser For Web Developers

Blisk, a small startup company that just launched in 2015, has arguably the best browser available for web developers. In fact, it was built specifically for web developers. Blisk enables developers to preview their changes as they code across multiple devices simultaneously. Its rich selection of features include: – Fully emulated phones and tablets inside… Continue reading Blisk Offers The Ultimate Browser For Web Developers

Googlers Post Unofficial Draft for WebUSB API

Over on GitHub, two Googlers – Reilly Grant and Ken Rockot – have published an unofficial draft describing the WebUSB API for direct access to USB devices from web pages. It’s considered a public working draft of a potential specification as it has no official standing whatsoever and doesn’t represent broader support of any standards.… Continue reading Googlers Post Unofficial Draft for WebUSB API

GoDaddy Launches New WordPress Plugin Partner Program

GoDaddy launched a new WordPress Plugin Partner Program to help with the discovery and use of plugins in the WordPress community. The company announced thew news at WordCamp U.S. on Friday. “With 40,000+ plugins available, it can be difficult for developers to have their plugin rise above the noise. GoDaddy’s program boosts visibility of the… Continue reading GoDaddy Launches New WordPress Plugin Partner Program

Dates Have Been Announced For Facebook’s F8 Conference

Facebook announced the dates of its next F8 developer event, which appears to be regularly held on an annual basis once again. If you’ll recall, years ago, Facebook held F8 nearly each year, but then the conference disappeared for a while. 2016’s event will make it the third year in a row.

Mozilla Introduces Improved JPEG Compression, Preparing For Future

The JPEG has been around for more than 20 years now. When technology gets that old, you either take it out back or teach it some new tricks. Mozilla is opting for the latter even as it prepares for a future where the former is a reality. Mozilla announced Wednesday that it’s working on a new… Continue reading Mozilla Introduces Improved JPEG Compression, Preparing For Future