HTML5.1 + web platform APIs

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The W3C is responsible for some of the oldest and most important web standards, as well as many of the newest and most innovative.

In this talk, Léonie Watson and Charles McCathieNevile will take a lightening look at what's happening in web standards, from the technologies we use every day to the latest APIs. Find out what's new in HTML5.1, and what the future holds for HTML.

Get the latest on web notifications with the Push API, speech input/output with the Web Speech API, game interaction with the Gamepad and Vibration APIs, and event handling with Pointer Events and the Pointer Lock API.

Présenté par Charles McCathieNevile et Léonie Watson

Licorne timide

Chaals a participé déjà a plusiers editions de Paris Web, il y a longtemps. Il travaille chez Yandex, le moteur de recherches et beaucoup plus en Russie, et il est co-chair du groupe de travail Web Platform chez W3C. Il a été impliqué dans W3C depuis le 20ème siecle, d'abord representant RMIT, puis embauché, puis comme "chief standards officer" chez Opera (le navigateur norvegien, pas le metro...).

Ses interêts techniques du Web sont diverses, de l'accessibilité à la virtualisation du DOM.

Il est australien, et habite actuellement en Espagne.

Léonie Watson

Léonie Watson began using the internet in 1993, turned it into a web design career in 1997, and (despite losing her eyesight along the way) has been enjoying herself thoroughly ever since.

Léonie is a Senior Accessibility Engineer with The Paciello Group (TPG) and owner of LJWatson Consulting.
Amongst other things she is co-chair of the W3C Web Platform Working Group, and a member of the ARIA and SVG working groups.

In her spare time Léonie blogs on tink.uk, writes for Smashing magazine, SitePoint.com and Net magazine. She also loves cooking, dancing and drinking tequila (although not necessarily in that order)!