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Bootstrap 3.2 highlights mobile features, adds browser bug tracking

Twitter's front-end Web framework adds responsive functionality for mobile presentation, tracking for browser bugs

Google prepping 'Quantum Paper' UI for multiple platforms, report says

Rumored 'Quantum Paper' will unify the look of Android, iOS, and Web properties, and be available to third-party developers


Best starter programming language? 8 top picks of developers

Programmers weigh in on why each of these popular first coding languages is the best one for beginners

Famo.us framework gets AngularJS integration

Mobile app framework Famo.us is now free for all to use and integrates with AngularJS; later it will integrate with other third-party JavaScript frameworks

HTML5 components released as open source

Telerik has released a free package that includes all the features in the commercial Kendo UI Mobile package

Following Famo.us, Ludei takes a swing at PhoneGap too

Ludei CocoonJS boasts better deployment of HTML5-based mobile applications, with speed and dev tools as selling points

3 ways Brendan Eich can move Mozilla beyond browsers

New CEO Brendan Eich wants to move Mozilla past browsers and into platforms, but Web's ad-fueled nature stands in the way

Half full or half empty? HTML5's mixed outlook

HTML5 faces an uncertain future, according to a new IDC report, and likely won't replace native mobile application development anytime soon

Google's AngularJS 2 promises faster, slicker, future-proof JavaScript

Next major revision of Google's JavaScript framework plans to target ECMAScript 6, have a more modular design, and ditch older browsers

Preview: Google's tantalizing Mobile Chrome App SDK

Google's new Cordova-based toolchain lets you develop hybrid mobile apps from the same HTML, JavaScript, and CSS code as Chrome apps

Review: Google Chrome wants to be your OS

The Chrome Apps architecture enables native-like apps, written in JavaScript with platform APIs, that load fast, run quickly, and work offline

Famo.us: We're building a better PhoneGap

The JavaScript/HTML wizards look to top Adobe's mobile dev framework by using the same core technology in a slick new way

Developer survey: HTML5 gaining, Windows slipping

In Sencha poll, developers say they want to build with HTML5 technologies, while desktop interest dips

Adobe Flash: Insecure, outdated, and here to stay

Given its lax security and incompatibility with mobile, Flash should be gone -- but it lingers for reasons that are tough to get past

Forrester: HTML5 apps still not as good as native apps

Forrester report shows HTML5 and mobile frameworks are useful tools for mobile apps, but also notes HTML5's limitations

Mobile app developers' interest in HTML5 is slipping

Quarterly survey of developers also finds NSA revelations are not having much impact on mobile development in the U.S.

The Chrome Apps empire could be coming to iOS

Google plans to let developers deploy Chrome-packaged apps on any platform where there's Chrome -- including Android and iOS

Fast and flashy: Famo.us JavaScript framework revealed

Famo.us's product to bring complex 3D graphics, realistic motion to stock Web browsers and ordinary Web developers

Well, that's different: Wacky tech products

Cool technology brings creative stuff, such as a smartphone breathalyzer attachment and a UV shoe sanitizer

10 reasons the browser is becoming the universal OS

Extensible, mutable, and rapidly evolving thanks to open source roots, the Web browser reigns as a platform for users, developers alike

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