I’m Speaking At HTML5 Live (New York City, November 1, 2011)

Like the subject says, I’m going to be presenting at HTML5 Live in November. Here’s the description: HTML5 From the Front Lines: What to Embrace Today (and What to Avoid) As an engineer working on big, consumer sites and applications, Rob Larsen has had hands-on, production experience with pretty much every emerging technology that’s available […]

I’m Writing a Book. Announcing: Mobile Web App Cookbook

As the title says, I’m working on a book. I signed the agreement yesterday so I’m finally be able to share the news with all of you. It’s been in the works for a while, so getting it to the point where it’s something I can talk about is a pleasure. The book is with […]

I’m Going to Be Talking About HTML5 at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference, June 23

Here’s the description of the panel I’m on: HTML5 and its Impact on Enterprise Architecture (Location: Room 1) Although not yet ratified as an official standard, HTML5 support is showing up across a variety of different browsers. And for very good reason: HTML5 includes support for an important range of functionality – much of which […]

My New IBM Article is Live: “HTML5, CSS3, and related technologies”

In it, I make a small argument for using HTML5 as a generic marketing term. I’ll be following up on that a little later, here on this blog. Anyway, check it out. The resources section is worth it alone. HTML5, CSS3, and related technologies. Web standard development and marketing It’s a great time to be […]

Using CSS zoom and CSS Transforms For a Better “Increase Text Size” Button

So… the site I’m working on has one of those “increase text size” controls. On this project it’s turned out to be one of those features that shows up in comps and somehow falls through the cracks until later on in the project cycle. Situation normal, really, as it isn’t a big feature. It’s just […]