A lot of great publications are accompanied by great implementations that sometimes risk going almost unnoticed in favor of the more glamorous research results they helped produce. Likewise—the Web being a moving, ever-developing target—a lot of sometimes tedious and oftentimes less obvious work goes into standardization of future Web APIs and programming languages.
The Developers Track aims to put this implementation and standardization work front and center. We encourage research submissions that describe technically challenging Web applications of all sorts, including (but by no means limited to) bleeding edge technologies like WebAssembly, Service Workers, or WebVR; multimedia-related topics like WebRTC, Web MIDI, Web Bluetooth, or Encrypted Media Extensions; and advanced Web features like Payment Request, Credential Management, or Web Share.
Submissions are not limited to formats that can be printed, but authors should be creative in finding the most effective way to communicate their work, and we welcome dynamic or interactive contributions. Contributions using native Web technologies, or otherwise in a format which exemplifies or demonstrates dogfooding of the technology in question are particularly encouraged.
- Amy Guy (University of Edinburgh, UK)
- Thomas Steiner (Google, Germany)
Contact: developerschairs (at) www2018.thewebconf.org
All submission deadlines are at 9:00pm HAST.