I know what you are going to do next summer


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I know what you are going to do next summer

  1. 1. Ich weiss, was du nächsten Sommer tun wirst EntwicklerCamp 2010 - Session 6 Track 3 Gregory Engels
  2. 2. Abstract HTML5, CSS3, OpenSocial, OAuth, sind alles neue Technologien die demnächst zu den Standardwerkzeugen eines Domino Entwicklers zählen werden. Auf der Lotusphere 2010 in Orlando wurde HTML5 in fast jedem zweiten Satz erwähn, Grund genug also, um schon heute sich mit diesen neuen Technologien zu beschäftigen. Wir werden in diesem Vortrag anschauen, was hinter den Einzelnen Schlagwörtern von Orlando sich verbirgt, und was man vielleicht heute schon davon gebrauchen kann.
  3. 3. Some Rights Reserved Copyright 2010 by Gregory Engels, Kompurity. Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike 3.0 License
  4. 4. Gregory Engels Born in Moscow, live in Frankfurt, Germany since 1989, two children Been around Lotus Notes since 1998 Advanced Certified Domino Developer and Admin and Security R5, R6, R7, R8, 8.5 Co-Author Frequent conference speaker, Founder Kompurity http://www.kompurity.de Specialize in Hosting, Infrastructure management, Project management Blog: http://inotes.de Twitter: dichter contact me on XING, LinkedIn, FB, etc...
  5. 5. Second Ad Slide (Rudi told me to use 2 slides for ads)
  6. 6. IBM Project Vulcan HTML5 CSS3 OAuth OpenID Opensocial
  7. 7. Project Vulcan Announced at Lotusphere 2010 Is bound to change the way we work Provides an aggregated, unified view at data from different sources Beta availability estimated 2H 2010
  8. 8. ... Classification Marshaller Tagger Service Indexer Index Dynamic Enterprise or personal feed Total Recall Interest Profile aggregator Personal Services, Services, Services... notifier
  9. 9. HTML5
  10. 10. HTML5 Currently a first working Draft (22.Jan.2010) Will bring a lot of changes will replace the current HTML versions not focused on design, but rather on user interface
  11. 11. HTML5 News <Canvas> Document Editing Offline Storage Geolocation API Native Video Support New Elements Drag and Drop Form 2.0 Cross Document Mesaging
  12. 12. HTML5 new Elements New elements – <article>, <aside>, <audio>, <canvas>, <command>, <details>, <datalist>, <dialog>, <embed>, <figure>, <footer>, <header>, <hgroup>, <keygen>, <mark>, <meter>, <nav>, <progress>, <output>, <rp>, <rt>, <ruby>, <section>, <source>, <time>, <video>
  13. 13. HTML5 Controls New types of form controls – dates and times, email, url, search Global attributes (that can be applied for every element) – id, tabindex, hidden, data-* (custom data attributes)
  14. 14. Forms will get support for PUT and DELETE methods too instead of just GET and POST Deprecated elements dropped – <center>, <font>, <frameset>, <strike>
  15. 15. HTML 4 HTML 5
  16. 16. Use a Framework! SproutCore Modernizer HTML5 shiv ExplorerCanvas
  17. 17. CSS3
  18. 18. W3C CSS3 an upcoming standard Some parts of it in “last call” state Introduce some real programming in CSS
  19. 19. CSS3 Border Radius Transforms (rotate) Border Image Transitions Box and Text Shadow Column Support RGBA and Opacity Multiple Background Images Any Font you like Text Overflow Gradients Masking
  20. 20. Just because you can, does not mean you have to.
  21. 21. OAuth
  22. 22. OAuth is a open Protocol for Authorization Token based, does not need a password
  23. 23. 1. Obtain request token (get_request_token) 2. User login and authorizes request token (request_auth) 3. Exchange request token for an access token. (get_token) 4. Use access token to request protected resources. (Renew after expiry with get_token)
  24. 24. OpenID
  25. 25. OAuth is for Authorization, OpenID is for Authenticataion Login with your OpenID at other websites. “The Future” of single sign on
  26. 26. You may already have one
  27. 27. OpenSocial
  28. 28. an cross platform API for social Google, Myspace, XING, Facebook, etc Let anyone build a social app
  29. 29. Reference
  30. 30. http://openid.net http://www.sproutcore.com/ http://oauth.net/ http://www.modernizr.com/ http://www.w3.org/Style/ http:// CSS/ html5shiv.googlecode.com http://www.css3.com/ http:// excanvas.sourceforge.net/ http://www.w3.org/TR/2010/ WD-html5-diff-20100304/ http:// www.smashingmagazine.com/ http://www.w3.org/TR/2010/ 2009/07/06/html-5-cheat- WD-html5-20100304/ sheet-pdf/ http://www.opensocial.org/ http:// yvettesbridalformal.com http://html5demos.com/
  31. 31. Picture Credits http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaywalk/ 1283912388/ BY-NC-CC2.0
  32. 32. Contact Gregory.Engels [௹] kompurity.de follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ dichter read my blog: http://inotes.de