Apple, Adobe, Facebook, Google And Others Join Hands, Forms Web Standards Resource ‘Web Platform’

Posted on Oct 9 2012 - 5:38am by Editorial Staff

In a latest move to create a “resource collection” for all open Web technologies, nine of the biggie’s tech company join hands together and form a new website called “Web Platform.” The companies include Apple, Adobe, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, and Opera. The website will contains relevant singe source, up-to-date and quality information on the latest HTML5, CSS3 and other Web standards, offering best practices and tips on web development.

The site features Wiki, forums, coding tips on the site’s dedicated IRC channel. The documents posted on the website are licensed under creative commons and has been funded well and having a dedicated team to work on it so as to ensure that it will be well maintained while the W3C serves as the website’s curator.

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