Posts Tagged ‘Week in Standards’

Week in Standards – Week 21, 2011

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Here is this week’s week in standards.

Web Standards

Mobile Apps “May Soon Be Dead”

On the day that Gartner reports the growth of the smartphone market by 85%, comes the counter intuitive suggestion that very soon mobile apps will be dead. Apps are, of course, the main reason people buy smartphones.
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Week in Standards – Week 19, 2011

Friday, May 13th, 2011

It has been a long two weeks in the UK with celebrations of the Royal wedding and now we are back after a bit of a break.  Again we have a wide range of standards related news and I hope you enjoy it!

Web standards

Adhering to OGC SWE Standards Simplifies Sensor Web Development

The SWE Common Service Model interface standard can be applied across services, which either require information from sensors or give information about sensors. In all the cases involving access and management of sensors through service interfaces the OGC SWE Interface standard can be applied.
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Week in Standards – Week 15, 2011

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

This week passed was a quite surprising week in standards with a proposed scale down of the budgets for and other sites, yet another cloud standards body launched, plus other interesting views and news from the world of standards. Please feel free to leave any comments/suggestions in the comment section below.
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Week in Standards – Week 14, 2011

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Welcome to the second in the new incarnation of the “Week in standards” series. I am always surprised by how much activity there is in the standards world in only a week, and this week is no exception. So here we go. Again, the goal is to provide as broad a review as possible, and please feel free to leave any feedback/suggestions in the comments section below.
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Week in Standards – Week 13, 2011

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Welcome to the revised, new look, week in standards. Once again we will cover the latest developments in the world of standards each week, trying to keep the ideas as concise as possible so as to cover as many developments as possible.  It is indeed surprising how quickly standards can evolve in just a week and we look forward to engaging with you and welcome your feedback.
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