The state of HTML5 web development today with the Google Chrome Team
Speaker: Pete LePage, Vivian Cromwell, Google
Date: Tuesday, January 22 2013
Time: 2:00PM to 3:00PM
Location: 32-G449 (Kiva/Patil)
Host: Hal Abelson, John Maloney, MIT
Contact: Marisol Diaz, 617.324.8430, email@example.com
Everyday HTML5 evolves at a faster and faster pace. New features are added to the platform in one browser, others are standardized across all browsers and polyfills are built to support some legacy browsers. These new capabilities allow developers to build a whole new suite of applications - things that were once impossible to do, are now a reality.
Join the Google Chrome Developer Relations team as they show you what’s possible with new features like the HTML5 MIDI API, or how you can do real time audio analysis with the Web Audio API and getUserMedia - without the need for a plug-in to access the web cam or microphone. We’ll also show you how Chrome Apps allow you to build installed desktop apps using HTML5 can access native hardware capabilities like USB, Bluetooth and even open TCP or UDP sockets.
Chrome Developer Relations Team Members
Joe Marini - a Developer Advocate on the Chrome team and has been involved with Web development ever since there's been a Web.
Pete LePage - a Developer Advocate on the Chrome team helping developers make the best of web on any screen, desktop or mobile.
Renato Mangini - a Developer Program Engineer on the Chrome team, working with the APIs that help Chrome Apps fill the gap between web and native apps
Vivian Cromwell - a Developer Advocate running the Chrome Developer Relations team.
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