Apple’s WWDC kicking off next Monday will discuss (among other things) Safari and WebKit, and how these have evolved to support a wide range of open web technologies, which developers are invited to use to create sophisticated UIs and interactions.
and build first-class Safari extensions,” says Apple’s WWDC schedule page.
Programmers will furthermore explore new web technologies to create rich media and optimize web code for various displays and other system specs, “regardless of the app it’s viewed in or the display it’s viewed on.”
Those looking to make a buck in the world of add-ons will learn directly from Apple’s software engineers “how to create a Safari extension that serves as a companion to your website or OS X app, or that enhances the user experience on any website.”
Finally, devs will learn how to streamline their coding process and craft high-performance code, by mastering a bunch of new features in Safari’s very own integrated developer tools.
Apple will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) June 11 through June 15 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.
The company’s five-day conference will allow developers to learn all about the future of iOS and OS X, including iOS 6 and Mountain Lion.
The event will feature more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple’s own coding gurus, as well as the annual Apple Design Awards (ADA), which crowns the most original and innovative apps released to date.
“We have a great WWDC planned this year and can’t wait to share the latest news about iOS and OS X Mountain Lion with developers,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “The iOS platform has created an entirely new industry with fantastic opportunities for developers across the country and around the world.”