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There are many available tools to help make web development projects quicker and more productive. Aside from a handy text editor or WYSIWYG editor like Dreamweaver, you can find plenty of tools and utilities that can greatly increase development speed, reduce debugging and testing time, and improve quality of the output. The tools described below are a variety of utilities, optimizers, testing, and debugging tools aimed towards helping developers create websites more efficiently. 1. CSS Grid Builder CSS Grid Builder is an online GUI for customizing the YUI Grids CSS – a lightweight CSS framework developed by Yahoo!
HTML5 development firm appMobi has a gift for developers to kick off the holiday season. The company is making much of its HTML5 device-side APIs available as open source projects starting on November 25, otherwise known as Black Friday. AppMobi is releasing its DirectCanvas, device-APIs for iOS and Android and its MobiUs browser among hundreds of other HTML5 development APIs as open-source projects free for developers to build upon. This cache of APIs is the type of trove that HTML5 developers could put to great use. For appMobi, HTML5 is not about the desktop, it is about mobile and it has worked to create functionality for device access by HTML5 applications including access to native functions like the camera, accelerometer and GPS. AppMobi is pushing hard on HTML5 development and, one way or another, it is trying to drag the rest of the ecosystem with it. AppMobi to Open Source All Its HTML5 APIs on Black Friday
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Apps 25 Amazing HTML5 Tricks and How to Make Them HTML5 has managed to start a new era in the web world, an era in which the web is faster and creating a much pleasant user experience. Companies like Google and Facebook have adopted this technology ever since it was released in order to improve web services and optimize them so they are faster and more creative for their users. HTML5 Professionals Group News
Flash vs. HTML5 Endgame [In the debate of Flash vs HTML5, has the death of Flash been over exaggerated? Guest author Guilhem Ensuque peeks through thick layers of hype and facts to predict what the future holds for the mobile web]. The last year has seen a flurry of announcements and debate around the rise of HTML5 and the fall of Flash.
PMK Design Labs - Behind The Scenes Welcome to the Design Lab! A collaboration between PMK Customs and Internet Explorer. The Design Lab showcases many of the new features enabled in next generation browsers, like Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8, such as multi-touch gestures, hardware accelerated graphics, and blazing fast HTML5 libraries and frameworks that make this website feel more like an app. This site has been designed to work easily with your finger, so give it a shot on a Surface tablet. It’s the next evolution of the web. PMK Designs Labs with IE10 makes use of the following HTML5 features:
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The HTML5 test score is an indication of how well your browser supports the upcoming HTML5 standard and related specifications. Even though the specification isn't finalized yet, many features are already supported and all major browser manufacturers are making sure their browser is ready for the future. Find out which parts of HTML5 are already supported by your browser today and compare the results with other browsers. The HTML5 test does not try to test all of the new features offered by HTML5, nor does it try to test the functionality of each feature it does detect. Despite these shortcomings we hope that by quantifying the level of support users and web developers will get an idea of how hard the browser manufacturers work on improving their browsers and the web as a development platform.
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08 Jul 2010: Added two Resources per author request: Tip: Always use an XML declaration and thanks to Michael Smith. The history of HTML has been controversial at every turn. Despite the best efforts of web architects, the web has always been a wild frontier of messy, confusing, and sometimes just diabolically broken markup (nicknamed tag soup). Thinking XML: The XML flavor of HTML5