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North America Business Development Lead (North America, Canada)

June 9th, 2022

We are excited to announce an immediate job opening: North America Business Development Lead. The position is based in the USA or Canada, for remote work-from-home, as a full-time contractor with the opportunity to become an employee of W3C, Inc. We are looking for a results-driven and dynamic Business Development Leader to drive recruiting W3C…

New Workspace for Education tools to enhance learning

June 7th, 2022

Join us for Google for Education’s product launch event, The Anywhere School 2022, to find out about the latest features to help students pursue their personal potential. Whether learning takes place in the classroom, or virtually on Google Meet, control remains paramount. It’s also important to enhance educational tools that help make teaching and learning…

Angular v14 is now available!

June 2nd, 2022

photo by Emma Twersky We are excited to announce the release of Angular v14! From typed forms and standalone components to new primitives in the Angular CDK (component dev kit), we’re excited to share how each feature makes Angular more powerful. Since our last release, we completed two major requests for comments (RFC), which provided an…

People of WordPress: Dee Teal

May 31st, 2022

In this series, we share some of the inspiring stories of how WordPress and its global network of contributors can change people’s lives for the better. This month we feature a WordPress development and large project specialist on the difference the software and community can make to your career and life. Dee’s story with computers…

Angular’s Vision for the Future

May 24th, 2022

Photo by Pixabay In the Angular 2021 recap and 2022 preview post, we shared our plans for 2022. As we are almost midway through 2022, this is a great time to give more insights into our long-term plan and some hints of what we might work on in 2023. Improving and simplifying the developer experience is a…

Inline Image Previews with Sharp, BlurHash, and Lambda Functions

May 19th, 2022

Don’t you hate it when you load a website or web app, some content displays and then some images load — causing content to shift around? That’s called content reflow and can lead to an incredibly annoying user experience for visitors. I’ve previously written about solving this with React’s Suspense, which prevents the UI from loading until the images come…

First Public Working Draft: Capture Handle — Bootstrapping Collaboration when Screensharing

May 9th, 2022

The Web Real-Time Communications Working Group has published a First Public Working Draft of Capture Handle – Bootstrapping Collaboration when Screensharing. This document proposes a mechanism by which an application APP can opt-in to exposing certain information with another application CAPTR, if CAPTR is screen-capturing the tab in which APP is running. It describes a…

OpenSSL update assessment, and Node.js project plans

May 5th, 2022

Summary The OpenSSL Security releases of May 3 2022 affects Node.js 17.x and 18.x but highest serverity is “Low” Analysis Our assessment of the security advisory is: The c_rehash script allows command injection (CVE-2022-1292) Node.js doesn’t use or ship the c_rehash script. Therefore, Node.js is not affected OCSP_basic_verify may incorrectly verify the response signing certificate…

Add a CSS Lens Flare to Photos for a Bright Touch

April 12th, 2022

I’m a big fan of movies by J.J. Abrams. I enjoy their tight plots, quippy dialog, and of course: anamorphic lens flares. Filmmakers like Abrams use lens flare to add a dash of ‘homemade’ realism to their movies, a technique we can easily recreate in tools like Photoshop, then add to our sites as raster…

W3C TPAC 2022 will be a hybrid meeting

April 11th, 2022

We are able today to confirm that W3C’s annual conference, the Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee meeting known as “TPAC” will be held as a hybrid meeting on 12-16 September 2022. The main in-person hub will be at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre in Canada and we are also planning to have a hub in…