A deliverable of the HTML5Apps project, the January 2015 edition of the W3C Standards for Web Applications on Mobile includes a few changes and additions since October 2014. Notably, the document has been re-organized around the categories defined asApplication Foundations, a set of high-level grouping of features that highlight the needs from users and developers for the next generation of Web technologies.
The other following changes in the Web platform since October 2014 are:
- Published as First Public Working Draft
- Packaging on the Web, a joint work by the Web Applications Working Group and the Technical Architecture Group describing a Web-compatible format for packaging resources together, was published as a First Public Working Draft;
- Frame Timing, an API developed by the Web Performance Working Group to provide detailed frame-per-second data on running Web applications, was published as a First Public Working Draft;
- Returned to Working Draft
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