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Curious about the HTML5 buzz? Don't understand what the big deal is? We'll show you what's in HTML5 and outline a few forward-looking discussions. Expect to walk away with an understanding of what's in HTML5, why you should be using it today, and a guide to get you started.
SproutCore is a framework for building blazing-fast, desktop-like applications in the web browser using only native HTML5 features. With SproutCore, you can build rich, interactive applications in the web in less code than most simple web pages require today. SproutCore applications move business logic to the browser so they can respond to your users' taps and clicks immediately, avoiding an agonizing roundtrip across often intermittent network connections.
Why? Today too little of the web is designed for mobile devices. As a result, mobile users are forced to deal with long load times and rendered pages that are unreadable on their small screen. Ideally, Poco HTML users should be able to passively (reading, occasional form entry) navigate the web without being hindered by using a mobile device and it display constraints. Logically, Poco HTML (will) works in the following manner: A user requests an outside page (like www.nytimes.com) from a domain
VanityVanity tools is a collection of jQuery plugins created by Enavu for better web development. The tools include: Paginate - pass any number of elements and create a pretty pagination system Bar - facebook style bar to do anything you want Slider - a content slider for your front page Tip - a tool tip to create better user experience Carousel - a very fun and straight forward carousel for long pretty lists Placeholder - enable the html5 placeholder attribute today Hover - when you find yourse
IntroductionTake advantage of HTML5 placeholders today with IE and older browsers. Furthermore, as an enhancement, assign a custom class (default is "placeholder") to placeholder text which will automatically swap out when user focuses on the the field. Brief SummaryFeatures: Complete placeholder emulation in Internet Explorer and older browsers including password placeholders. Class assignment to placeholder text for custom styling. Auto-loads for convenience. (Can be disabled) Configurable and
taxiPresstaxiPress is a custom Wordpress theme for a taxi company in Florida. I made this in June 2011, using the "embark" starter theme I made, which is itself based on the Duster theme by the Automattic theme team. While this theme is appealing to probably an extremely small niche as it is currently made today, it does have some good foundations for building: custom page templates shortcodes loops with new HTML5 elements in Wordpress and custom hooks and extensions specific to your theme Impor
This jquery plugin implements some of the Webforms 2.0 that will be available with HTML5. Instead of using the class attribute on input boxes like most plugins do today, this plugin uses the real attributes that whatwg.org is planing. Instead of:<input name="text" id="text" class="required" />You use:<input name="text" id="text" required="required" />This way you won't have to rewrite your website when a browsers that supports webforms 2.0 will come available. The library detects if the browser
So, you want to start building realtime event driven applications using the new HTML5 WebSocket API? You want it to work in all browsers, no matter if they have WebSocket support or not You don't want to rely on proprietary technology such as Flash to provide a fallback And naturally, you don't want to write more than one implementation Introducing, the Graceful WebSocket Implements the w3c WebSocket interface Wraps the native WebSocket if support is detected Provides a default fallback using tr