The W3C recently celebrated the second anniversary of its open, free online course platform. Of the many victories associated with the platform, W3C announced a new Certificate program through the platform for front-end developers. The certificate is in partnership with Harvard and MIT-founded edX.
W3C APIs (70)
W3C Page Lifecycle
||The Page Lifecycle API is a W3C Web specification that supports a browser's ability to manage the lifecycle of web pages. This web standard enables you to run an application lifecycle to manage...||Browsers||07.25.2018|
W3C Web of Things (WoT) Scripting
||The Web of Things (WoT) Scripting uses WoT interfaces to provide layered interoperability between Things. The W3C Web of Things (WoT) Scripting API is designed to facilitate script runs on a Thing...||Standards||02.17.2018|
W3C Web Animations
||The W3C Web Animations API provides a model definition for implementing Web animation and synchronization concepts. It is a specification through which other specifications can use declarative means...||Animation||02.17.2018|
W3C Device Memory
||The W3C Device Memory API is a HTTP Client Hint header to surface device capability for memory. It allows you to enable web apps to customize content depending on device memory constraints. Some...||Content||12.12.2017|
WICG Shape Detection
||The WICG Shape Detection API is a shape detection acceleration platform for both still images and real-time image feeds. The API is capable of detecting a variety of images or content including...||Images||06.29.2017|
We've added 6 APIs to the directory today in Recognition, Contacts, Demographics, and Sports categories, among others. Also added were client libraries for OpenStreetMap.
The latest beta release of Chrome includes support for W3C's Credential Management API. The API allows developers to store and sync sign-in information with a browser's credential manager. Chrome support and integration should cut down on the number of sign-ins required by a user while browsing.