Google I/O 2010 – HTML5 status update

Google I/O 2010 – HTML5 status update Chrome 201 Ian Fette, Jeff Chang Where is HTML5 today? What new features are now broadly supported, what features are on the horizon, and what features are on the chopping block? How do we decide what to implement, what to propose, and what to drop? Find out. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com

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  • Will there be webcam solutions in HTML5 or would you still need a seperate software to take pictures and upload to for example Facebook?

  • This seems (perhaps) the only possibility
    to ask developers a simple question

    There is the help-forum but no seriousness there – few answers

    So let me please pose a simple question and you foreward it :
    In youtube you can get rid of a comment
    IS THERE ANY EVIDENCE THAT , OUTSIDERS HACK THAT FUNCTION
    OUTSIDERS ( NOT THE CHANNEL OWNER )
    OR GOOGLE/YOUTUBE
    engineers
    Because I have proof it is done REGULARLY
    and totally not in a harmless way
    please give me an engineer to discuss this with.

  • All good but…
    I have a hard time to convince users to make more use of google apps ( spreadsheet, docs, presentation etc) then I’m watching this presentation from the developers of Google Chrome OS, Google Apps using on their presentation Windows OS and Power Point !!!! What’s wrong with you guys? Isn’t it Chrome OS good enough? Isn’t it Google Presentation good enough?
    It’s like Apple doing the Keynote on Power Point, introducing new Safari on a Windows OS.
    The only thing you got right

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