2012-09-27 00:00:00 2012-09-29 00:00:00 America/Toronto SCREENS 2012 SCREENS is dedicated to covering development for mobile devices and operating systems. Consumers are increasingly using mobile devices to access websites and applications, and companies are taking notice. Through two days of presentations, demonstrations and panel discussions, as well as an optional day of workshops,… Toronto FITC Toronto



HTML5’s given us a rich set of tools for time-based (temporal) media types. Using popular media types such as video and audio, we’re able to create experiences that are based on time rather than space (traditionally). I will provide some examples of this along with possible issues and solutions.
Technically, I’ll cover PopcornJS and RequestAnimationFrame, search-engine friendliness, methods for indexing “chapters” (pages), and upcoming W3C Media Fragments URI implications.