Teaching yourself to program is easy. Much easier than learning French or Japanese, I think. But you need to know where you should start it, its concept, and how to solve problems. That’s all you need to know.
Chromium team is working on Web Intents, a framework that will let Web apps express a simple call for an action, like ‘share’ or ‘edit,’ which receiving apps will be designed to use, without either app needing to have specific knowledge of the APIs of the other. This framework designed based on Intents on Android which is a facility for late run-time binding between components in the same or different applications.
This Web Intents will change the way developers codes because they can just use these simple requests, which will be built into the browser, instead of having to code for each specific Web app one might want to access.
It’s not over yet, because Chromium team said they’re working closely with Mozilla engineers to unify their proposals into one simple, useful API.
And quite frankly, Christoph Hellwig has now twice said good thingsabout that driver, which is pretty unusual. It might mean that the driver is great. Of course, it’s way more likely that space aliens are secretly testing their happy drugs on Christoph. Or maybe he’s just naturally mellowing.