I’ve been developing some stuff for the web lately and right now I feel a bit like this (ok, it wasn’t really that bad). Anyways, it got me thinking about browsers and their trends. Firefox seems to be picking up. Apple is putting a lot of effort into Safari. Google is doing great things with Chrome. MS has released IE8 which I suppose is kinda in the same league but from what I’ve heard is still losing ground to the others. So I thought I would check out some of the stats over at Net Applications. I found it quite intruiging. So I thought I would go and make some wild predictions. Continue reading ‘My kinda uninformed stab at predicting Browser Trends’
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Tags: 31268, css, education, html, technology, Uni, UTS, web, Web Systems, WS
This is the second of 3 lectures looking at the web and how it fits into our world. Last week we looked at HTML, this week we are looking at Cascading Style Sheets or CSS. CSS is becoming increasingly important in the development of web pages but can be hard to get your head around at first. CSS is a major element in achieving the outcome of separating the content from the displaying of the content.
Tags: 31268, education, html, technology, Uni, UTS, web, Web Systems, WS
This is the first of 3 lectures looking at the Web and how it fits into our world. We are starting off by looking at HTML as it is an important technology to understand and be familiar with for an IT professional. It is increasingly being used everywhere. The ability to write, manipulate and understand html and it’s philosophy is greatly beneficial.