Promoting interoperability is at the heart of Open The Web.
- CSS Quick Tip: CSS Arrows and Shapes Without Markup
- CSS3 Lists Planned Updates
- Opera’s testsuite for CSS3 object-fit
- Demonstration of DDOS with WebWorkers
- An easy way to test your RewriteRules against different URLs
- HTTP codes list summary
- HTML5 Labs Microsoft HTML5 experiments
- Prototyping Early W3C HTML5 Specifications
- A Simple TODO list using HTML5 IndexedDB
- Wirify. Make your website as wireframe. User agent sniffing is bad
- OperaWatir. Set of ruby libraries for automating Web browsing. BSD license. See the blog post
- Chromeless by Mozilla to create the browser environment without its chrome to create applications. What Webkit does for a very long time already.
- A censorship resistant Web
- CELT: CELT is a general purpose, low-delay codec intended for similar use and performance cases as Vorbis, but with the additional features of very low delay and low CPU/memory requirements. CELT supports stereo, can achieve a total algorithmic delay as low as 5ms, scales well to lower bitrates than Vorbis, and currently provides superior audio fidelity to Vorbis on many if not most natural audio inputs. From 24kbps through 64kbps 48kHz stereo, it is comparable quality to HE-AAC v1 and provides considerably higher audio fidelity than AAC-LD with equal or much lower delay.