Emerging Technology

Apple, Google, Microsoft and other web heavyweights launch joint web technologies resource

Andrew Sadauskas /

A number of web heavyweights, including Apple, Adobe, Google, HP and Microsoft, have set aside their well-documented differences to launch a joint resource for web developers.

The Webplatform.org website, convened by the W3C standards body, aims to be a “definitive resource” for open web standards including HTML5, CSS3, WebGL and SVG.

The website will initially feature contributions from the member companies, released under the Creative Commons licence, with additional contributions expected from users of the site.

Webplatform.org has produced the following video to explain the concept further:

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Andrew Sadauskas

Andrew Sadauskas is a former journalist at SmartCompany and a former editor of TechCompany.

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