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  • www.fubarWhat went wrong with the Web?Claus Wahlers - @cwahlers - madeinhaus.com
  • www.fubarWhat went wrong with the Web?Claus Wahlers - @cwahlers - madeinhaus.com
  • A little bit of history 1989Tim Berners-Lee invents HTTP 0.9 and httpd HTML WorldWideWeb at CERN
  • A little bit of history “The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area hypermedia informationretrievability initiative aiming to give universal access to a large universe of documents.”
  • A little bit of history “The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area hypermedia informationretrievability initiative aiming to give universal access to a large universe of documents.”
  • A little bit of history “The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area hypermedia informationretrievability initiative aiming to give universal access to a large universe of documents.” <a href=”http://www.server.com/ document”>
  • A little bit of history1991 - HTML Tags Draft 2000 - XHTML 1.01993 - HTML IETF Draft 2001 - XHTML 1.11993 - HTML+ Draft 20xx - XHTML 2.01995 - HTML 2.01997 - HTML 3.21997 - HTML 4.01999 - HTML 4.0.1 2008 - HTML5 Draft
  • The birth of HTML5
  • Remember this?
  • Back to 1998...
  • Back to 1998...1998 was a special year.
  • Back to 1998... 1998 was a special year.Dot Com Boom was in full swing
  • Back to 1998... 1998 was a special year. Dot Com Boom was in full swingI started working for a web agency
  • Back to 1998... 1998 was a special year. Dot Com Boom was in full swingI started working for a web agency I started organizing underground techno parties
  • Back to 1998... 1998 was a special year. Dot Com Boom was in full swingI started working for a web agency I started organizing underground techno parties I met a guy called Schnitz
  • Back to 1998... 1998 was a special year. Dot Com Boom was in full swingI started working for a web agency I started organizing underground techno parties I met a guy called Schnitz I met my wife. On the Internet.
  • Desktop Engine Demo
  • That guy called Schnitz...
  • That guy called Schnitz...Ran a small company called Stack Overflow
  • That guy called Schnitz...Ran a small company called Stack Overflow Was doing a lot of Javascript work
  • That guy called Schnitz...Ran a small company called Stack Overflow Was doing a lot of Javascript work Was fed up with HTML Forms
  • That guy called Schnitz...Ran a small company called Stack Overflow Was doing a lot of Javascript work Was fed up with HTML Forms So he created his own Markup Language
  • That guy called Schnitz...Ran a small company called Stack Overflow Was doing a lot of Javascript work Was fed up with HTML Forms So he created his own Markup LanguageAnd a server module that translated that into HTML + Javscript
  • That guy called Schnitz... Ran a small company called Stack Overflow Was doing a lot of Javascript work Was fed up with HTML Forms So he created his own Markup Language And a server module that translated that into HTML + JavscriptHe submitted that “Forms Markup Language” to the W3C. XForms was born.
  • The year 2001...
  • The year 2001...2001 was a special year too.
  • The year 2001...2001 was a special year too. Dot Com bubble burst
  • The year 2001... 2001 was a special year too. Dot Com bubble burstThe agency I worked for went bankrupt
  • The year 2001... 2001 was a special year too. Dot Com bubble burst The agency I worked for went bankruptThe company Schnitz started went bankrupt
  • The year 2001... 2001 was a special year too. Dot Com bubble burst The agency I worked for went bankrupt The company Schnitz started went bankrupt“A Space Odyssey” turned out to be Science Fiction
  • The year 2001... 2001 was a special year too. Dot Com bubble burst The agency I worked for went bankrupt The company Schnitz started went bankrupt“A Space Odyssey” turned out to be Science Fiction Schnitz called me..
  • The year 2001... 2001 was a special year too. Dot Com bubble burst The agency I worked for went bankrupt The company Schnitz started went bankrupt“A Space Odyssey” turned out to be Science Fiction Schnitz called me..“Can we implement XForms in Flash? I have Budget”
  • DENG was born.
  • DENG was supposed tobecome one of the two required reference implementations of XForms
  • DENG was createdto become obsolete
  • DENG was never meant to be anHTML component for Flash or Flex
  • DENG Demo
  • The year 2003...
  • The year 2003...2003 was not a good year.
  • The year 2003...2003 was not a good year. Funding for DENG ran out
  • The year 2003...2003 was not a good year. Funding for DENG ran out Schnitz got a call
  • The year 2003... 2003 was not a good year. Funding for DENG ran out Schnitz got a callOpera vetoed the XForms CR in “Last Call”
  • The year 2003... 2003 was not a good year. Funding for DENG ran out Schnitz got a callOpera vetoed the XForms CR in “Last Call”Opera counter-proposed “Web Forms 2.0” based on HTML and HTML Forms
  • The year 2003... 2003 was not a good year. Funding for DENG ran out Schnitz got a callOpera vetoed the XForms CR in “Last Call”Opera counter-proposed “Web Forms 2.0” based on HTML and HTML Forms The W3C turned down the proposal
  • Opera, Mozilla and Apple found the WHATWG Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group
  • In 2007, the W3Cdecides, pressured by the major browser vendors, to moveforward with HTML5
  • Thanks!Claus Wahlers - @cwahlers - madeinhaus.com