Caplin’s Patrick Myles releases new HTML5 white paper at APTAS

As I write this, Caplin CTO Patrick Myles is discussing his latest white paper HTML5 in 2013: Where now? with attendees of Water’s Asia Pacific Trading Architecture Summit in Singapore.

Patrick Myles, Randy Hebert and Scott McLeod at ATPAS 2013.

Patrick Myles, Randy Hebert and Scott McLeod at APTAS 2013.

The white paper, which carries on from Paul Caplin’s 2012: The Year of HTML5, has been distributed exclusively to APTAS attendees and will be made available for general download to everyone next week.

The white paper comments on what’s hot for HTML5 in 2013 and also predicts where HTML5 will go in 2014 and beyond. For those looking for a more general overview of HTML5, the white paper also features a “What’s the state of HTML5 today?” section.

As lead sponsor of APTAS, Caplin has participated throughout the day including a great discussion in this morning’s panel “Electronic trading: game changing platforms and strategies“.

If you are at APTAS and haven’t met the team, please do stop by our stand to say hello. If you’re not watching Pat’s presentation, get in there and get yourself an exclusive copy of his white paper!

For everyone else, watch this space for a link to the white paper.

One Response

  1. […] nice transitions and building in HTML, as discussed in Caplin’s white paper  2012: The Year of HTML5, and updated in HTML5 in 2013: Where are we now? […]

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