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Code Standards | Isobar

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"This document contains normative guidelines for web applications built by the Interface Development practice of Isobar North America (previously Molecular)"


Opera Web Standards Curriculum

Opera et Yahoo! nous aident à apprendre à développer des sites Web en exploitant au mieux les standars. Miam !


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oEmbed is a format for allowing an embedded representation of a URL on third party sites. The simple API allows a website to display embedded content (such as photos or videos) when a user posts a link to that resource, without having to parse the resourc

Tripoli - a CSS standard for HTML rendering

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Tripoli is a generic CSS standard for HTML rendering. By resetting and rebuilding browser standards, Tripoli forms a stable, cross-browser rendering foundation for your web projects.


Home | Email Standards Project

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Our goal is to help designers understand why web standards are so important for email, while working with email client developers to ensure that emails render consistently. A community effort to improve the email experience for both designers and readers

IT|Redux - Sharing the BPEL Love

Human workflow is nothing more than a specific process pattern, and BPEL is largely sufficient to support it. Anyone telling you that BPEL does not support workflow is lying to you, and the best evidence for it are Intalio’s and Oracle’s products.

The hidden battle between web services: REST versus SOAP

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Almost everyone has at least heard of SOAP. Few people have heard of REST. But both are jockeying for the mindshare of developers trying solve problems building applications on the web. REST by virtue of existing, and SOAP largely by virtue of backing by software vendors and standards bodies.

Architecting Industry Standards for Service Orientation

Many messages that flow among businesses are formatted to specific industry standards. As we move toward Web services and service orientation the payloads can add value to the messaging infrastructure in a flexible, interoperable, composable way.


Embruns > standards du web > le sens du canard

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Un célèbre avocat du barreau de Paris m’a posé la question cette semaine : “Mais, qu’est-ce que cette histoire de canard qui fait tant rire les geeks ?”. Étant d’un naturel serviable, je me dois de lui éclairer sa lanterne.

Are we qualified to call ourselves Web 2.0 experts? // Mike Johnston // MikeJSolutions

we pioneered "drag n' drop" using asynchronous Javascript [AJAX] via a web browser in 1999 (Soholaunch). This is not new technology, as some would lead you to believe. It has simply been embraced by the standards community and is referred to by a cool new acronym

XML Security Learning Guide

Securing XML is an essential element in keeping Web services secure. Created in partnership with our sister site,, this Learning Guide is a compilation of resources that review different types of XML security standards and approaches for keeping your XML Web services secure.

Le label | AnySurfer

AnySurfer (anciennement BlindSurfer) est un label de qualité qui atteste de l'accessibilité des sites internet. Les sites qui le portent sont accessibles à tous, en ce compris les personnes présentant un handicap, les utilisateurs de matériel et logiciels anciens et les personnes qui utilisent les nouvelles technologies.

Microsoft Expands Document Interoperability: Company to sponsor open source project for Open XML-ODF file translation to deliver more choice for government customers and their constituents.

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“OpenXML represents a paradigm shift not only in its architecture but also in the customer needs it serves, opening organizations’ existing documents to take advantage of new content management and collaboration scenarios that weren’t possible even as recently as a few years ago ,” said Frédéric Bon, CEO of Clever Age. “Through the documentation Ecma International is creating and work such as the Open XML Translator project, customers will soon have the confidence that Open XML and ODF formats can coexist and new document scenarios will flourish. We are looking forward to working with the community of developers and businesses interested in XML documents.”

What's in a name | And all that Malarkey

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If standards conscious designers follow conventions when naming elements on their web pages, can we make it easier for users to create their own stylesheets which will work more efficiently across a wide range of sites?

OpenJades | Free CRM / ERP software based on J2EE and EclipseRCP

OpenJades is a business layer for enterprise software based on Eclipse RCP and J2EE. Core modules cover aspects from contact-, order- and project management. OpenJades is free software and grants absolute vendor independency. It is based on open standards and platform interoperable, state-of-the-art Java technologies.

FeedLounge s’ouvre enfin au public impatient et enterre directement ses concurrents - Gastero Prod

Si vous n’en avez pas encore entendu parler, FeedLounge est un aggrégateur de flux de syndication en ligne, à la manière de Bloglines, Google Reader et autres. La différence, c’est qu’il est beau et facile à utiliser !



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Des polonais doués en design web

Particletree · Dynamic Resolution Dependent Layouts

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a dynamic resolution dependent layout implementation that I think provides a strong alternative for those trying to find a balance between fluid and fixed layouts

Max Design - A webstandards checklist

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A site built to web standards should adhere to standards (HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, XSLT, DOM, MathML, SVG etc) and pursue best practices (valid code, accessible code, semantically correct code, user-friendly URLs etc) - Weblog v4.0 [ Alors, qu'en pensez-vous ? ]

c'est bien beau de dire que « les cadres, c'est mal » (à ne pas confondre avec les gestionnaires, qui représentent déjà leur lot de problèmes!), mais si on n'apporte pas la solution de rechange, c'est en somme bien mince

Pêle-mêle de la semaine - Blog & Blues - Standards Web et accessibilité

il y a matière à réflexion sur la prise en compte des avancées de l'état de l'art depuis les dispositions temporaires ou problématiques de la WCAG1.0, ainsi que sur le fossé entre accessibilité réelle et accessibilité formelle

Temesis : qualité, accessibilité et conformité - Article : Conformité, validation et surqualité (I)

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Est-il possible et souhaitable pour un site de grande importance ou qui recueille des contenus de la part de ses utilisateurs, voire d’un certain nombre de contributeurs d’atteindre et de conserver durablement la conformité absolue de toutes ses pages aux standards ? Existe t-il des cas où la recherche de la conformité à tous prix peut nuire à la qualité du site ?