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Getting Started with HTML5 Local Databases Please note: This article was written in May 2010 and as of November 18, 2010, the Web Applications Working Group has reached an impasse and does not intend to maintain the Web SQL Database any longer. Read more here. Starting with Safari 4, iOS OS3, Chrome 5, and Opera 10.5 (Desktop), HTML5 Local Databases (AKA Web SQL Databases) are now supported. I’ve been reading about local databases for quite some time and decided to do a write up with some basic examples on how to get started.
How to get the Google Plus App on you iPad, iPod Touch Yesterday was a day of happiness for some but sadness for many- the Google+ iPhone App was released, but Google didn’t include support for the iPad and iPod Touch. We weren’t satisfied, after all, we wanted everyone on Google+ to enjoy the awesomeness of having group conversations via huddles, reading up on their interests via sparks, or coming up with creative circle names for people they don’t like on the go. We did some snooping around and were able to get an awesome tip from iDB that lets you install the Google+ app on your iPad, iPod Touch. The installation requires you to download Apple’s free iPhone Configuration Utility, download the Google+ app on your computer via iTunes, and adding the App via the Configuration Utility.
HTML5: Edition for Web Authors This document is a strict subset of the full HTML5 specification that omits user-agent (UA) implementation details. It is targeted toward Web authors and others who are not UA implementors and who want a view of the HTML specification that focuses more precisely on details relevant to using the HTML language to create Web documents and Web applications. Because this document does not provide implementation conformance criteria, UA implementors should not rely on it, but should instead refer to the full HTML5 specification. This document is an automated redaction of the full HTML5 specification. As such, the two documents are supposed to agree on normative matters concerning Web authors.
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