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s Developer Relations Team - Implementing HTML5 <details> Happy first birthday to Blink By Bruce Lawson · Thursday, April 3, 2014 0 Twelve months ago today, I stayed up past my bedtime to blog about the new rendering engine, Blink, being forked from WebKit. As it's Blink's first birthday, let's take a brief look at where we've got to. Read more… Introducing the world’s most useless extension By Andreas Bovens · Tuesday, April 1, 2014 0 We're proud to introduce the world’s most useless extension for your daily use and enjoyment. Read more… Removing showModalDialog() from the Web platform By Mathias Bynens · Thursday, March 27, 2014 0 The showModalDialog() API is being removed from the Web platform. This post explains why, and what the consequences are for web developers. Read more… Practical application and usage of the W3C Device Orientation API By Rich Tibbett · Wednesday, March 26, 2014 0 The W3C's device orientation API allows us to determine the orientation of a device in physical space.

The ultimate HTML5 resource guide Despite the fact that the HTML5 specification won’t officially be finished until 2022, (though it will be mostly finalized by 2014), a lot of designers are already diving into the parts of HTML5 that currently have support in modern browsers. HTML5 opens up some whole new avenues for web design and web application development, things that were previously only possible with either JavaScript or Flash. Here we’ve rounded up 175 refsources for learning HTML5. Included below are tutorials, frameworks, examples, and a lot more. Feel free to share more high-quality resources in the comments! Basic tutorials HTML5 Tutorial A very basic tutorial from HTML5 for Beginners. 28 HTML5 Features, Tips, and Techniques You Must Know A collection of very useful HTML5 tips from Nettuts+. Introduction to HTML5 A 40-minute video tutorial from Google employee Brad Neuberg. Quick Tip: HTML5 Features You Should be Using Right Now A screencast from Nettuts+. Learning to Love HTML5 HTML5: The Basics (1 of 4)

HTML5 Encoding Secrets HTML5 Encoding Secrets After viewing this video, video publishers will have all the information they need to encode and stream to HTML5 browsers. Companies Mentioned: An hour is all a developer needs to begin working with MPEG4/H.264 and WebM video. Presenting detailed information on both formats, as well as the codecs that drive them, Ozer gave viewers the knowledge they need to stream to HTML5 browsers. "One of the benefits, I think, of Google announcing WebM, is before they did there was some chance that we may have ended up paying for royalties for H.264 in 2015," said Ozer. "And then Google bought On2, the VP8 codec, then they open-sourced it, and right after Google open-sourced VP8 as WebM, MPEG LA said, 'No royalties ever on free Internet video.' At the end of the session, Ozer gives the pros and cons of popular HTML5 video encoding tools. How To: Encoding Video For HTML5 Speaker: Jan Ozer, Principal, Doceo Publishing Page 1 Related Articles

The Current State of HTML5 Forms · Wufoo The Introduction HTML5 is the newest specification for HTML, the language that web browsers read to display web pages. HTML5 has many new features intended to make creating websites easier and people's experience in using those websites better. Among those features are many enhancements to web forms. Support for HTML5 web form features is improving, but not all web browsers support HTML5 features the same way. This page is intended to explore those new new features and help you understand which browsers are supporting which features and to what degree. The charts below list the most current version of each major browser. About Browser Versions In these charts, a version number like "4" means "the very first release of version 4 of this browser". JavaScript and HTML5 Forms Testing for Support If you intended to write JavaScript to mimic the functionality of HTML5 forms, you may want to first test the current browsers capability and write the JavaScript as a fallback. // Usage if (!

HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You’ll Soon Be Using In this tutorial, we are going to build a blog page using next-generation techniques from HTML 5 and CSS 3. The tutorial aims to demonstrate how we will be building websites when the specifications are finalized and the browser vendors have implemented them. If you already know HTML and CSS, it should be easy to follow along. Before we get started, consider using one of our HTML5 Templates or CSS Themes for your next project—that is, if you need a quick and professional solution. HTML 5 is the next major version of HTML. Before we begin marking up the page we should get the overall structure straight: In HTML 5 there are specific tags meant for marking up the header, navigation, sidebar and footer. It still looks like HTML markup, but there are a few things to note: In HTML 5, there is only one doctype. Instead of using divs to contain different sections of the page we are now using appropriate, semantic tags. We have already defined a new section in the document using the section tag.

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