Linux experts Seravo background Linux Debian SUSE
Seravo blog: Linux and open source – technology and strategy

Posts Tagged: html5

Ubuntu Phone and Unity vs Jolla and SailfishOS

With billions of devices produced, Android is by far the most common Linux-based mobile operating system to date. Of the less known competitors, Ubuntu phone and Jolla are the most interesting. Both are relatively new and neither one has quite yet all the features Android provides, but they do have some areas of innovation where […]

Top 8 features and priorities for company websites in 2014

What makes a good website in 2014? Here are the top 8 most important priorities a business website must have to be successful and competitive today. 1. Responsive design The share of mobile devices is growing all the time so websites are required to work on devices of all sizes. Responsive design means that the […]

Easy HTML5 quality assurance tools

There are plenty of free tools available for HTML5 quality validation and testing that can and should be used by anybody who produces or buys software products. Unlike traditional native binary-only apps, with HTML5 apps the user has the ability to access the source code due the technical structure of how HTML5 apps are composed. […]

Tips to optimize images for faster loading websites

For a multitude of reasons ranging from user conversion rate to search engine ranking, it is important for web sites to load fast. The first rule of thumb to having fast loading pages is to keep the amount of data the users need to transfer small. The smaller the web page file and its dependencies […]

6 reasons to learn JavaScript

Presentation held at Happy Hacking Day 2013 at Haaga-Helia in Helsinki, Finland. In a nutshell, the six reasons to learn JavaScript are that it is: easy: JS is a high-level language where things like type setting and compiling is done automatically, so it suits even people with no previous programming experience. versatile: JS is multi-paradigm […]

The Library Directory

The Library Directory (hakemisto.kirjastot.fi) is to our knowledge the first completely open public sector IT project in Finland. Not only is the whole source code is available at GitHub, but also the revision history has been public since day one and the project is open for collaboration. Anybody who finds a flaw can file a bug. Heck, […]

The HTML5 Manifest

We want HTML5 and other open standards by the WWW Consortium to become the universal computer interface platform on any decive, anywhere and for anyone. HTML5 has clear advantages that beats any other options in so many ways: Free and open based on standards anybody can read and use without restrictions standards are drafted in […]

Strategy article posted on with tags