History of the web: part 1 ↦
I’ve been tasked with leading frontend. As a result, I’ve been teaching a whole lot of people about the web.
Knowing where we came from can help us figure out where we should go. It’s also a mountain of technical debt, and we’re collectively building on top of it.
Forgive me if I skip the wonderful stories of Macromedia Flash, Java in the browser, or whatever other detour you can think of. While those were important to development of the web, most of us will never run into them again.
The first Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) spec was released in 1993 as a way to represent web pages, then documents….
A sweeping history (replete with screen shots) that ends with a peek into the potential future.
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