This is where we list events of interest to the community.
Learn the basics of Web design and style to give your Web sites a professional look and feel. The Intel® XDK team and experts from the W3C will guide you step-by-step in how to use the latest Web standards to create a site to be proud of.
The next face-to-face meeting of the W3C Web Authentication Working Group is in Berlin, Germany from 9 AM-5 PM hosted by Microsoft at Unter Den Linden 17. The W3C Working Group meeting takes place directly after the FIDO Alliance meeting in Berlin May 10-12th. The meeting is open to WG participants; interested observers should contact the W3C team.
HTML5 is and will continue to be THE essential technology for organizations delivering applications across multiple platforms. In this course (Part 1), you will learn all the new features that were introduced with HTML5 to help create great Web sites and applications, in a simplified but powerful way.
Web Application Security WG will meet F2F on May 16-17 at Mozilla’s offices in Mountain View, CA.
Web Payment is the next milestone in e-Commerce and in the digitization of the Merchant & Customer Relationship. This event, exclusively for an audience of professionals, periodically gathering to understand the forthcoming strategic trends in Payment and discovering new cutting edge solutions, will bring together : European and World leaders in payment and financial industry, major players in e-commerce and local trade representatives, with innovators to discuss the present and future effects of a successful digitalization through global standards for payments.
The W3C Day in Spain is an annual conference, held in different cities in Spain. The objective of this event is to enable stakeholders to share their knowledge on Information and Communication Technologies. This event is considered as one of the most important forums in Spain to discuss about the future of Web technologies in industry, academia, public sector, and the society in general. The event will be composed of a series of keynotes and panels focused on the evolution of the Web towards the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm, framed in the potential interest for the industry.
Provenance Week 2016 will take place three years after the publication of the PROV recommendations and notes. The purpose of this workshop is twofold: 1) to collect practical experiences with using PROV in real-world applications so that we can take stock of its impact, and 2) to identify interoperability challenges with the current PROV specifications. The aim is to develop a community consensus around the priorities for PROV.
This course follows “HTML5 Part 1: HTML5 Coding Essentials and Best Practices”. In HTML5 Part 2, the experts from the World Wide Web Consortium continue the exploration of HTML5-based APIs, but also introduce other advanced features related to HTML5, such as Web components, advanced multimedia, audio for music and games, and more.