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Links tagged with “html5”

  1. Paul Ford on HTML5 and the World of Web Standards Bodies

    Nice description of how standards like HTML5 come to be, and why it’s important. (via Daring Fireball)

  2. A List Apart: Articles: Application Cache is a Douchebag

    Jake Archibald on exactly how this is a royal pain. One day down and I’ve still not got it working properly.

  3. WordPress › Boilerplate « Free WordPress Themes

    “A merger … of the HTML5 Boilerplate and the Starkers theme.” Handy for starting theme development with. I imagine.

  4. Luxurious Animals Blog - Combining Easel.js and Box2d in Canvas

    I have no plans to use this stuff, but it seems good, so if I bookmark it, it’s as good as learned!

  5. EaselJS: A Javascript Library for Working with the HTML5 Canvas Element.

    What it says in the title. “The API is loosely based on Flash’s display list, and should be easy to pick up for both JS and AS3 developers.”

  6. Tumult Hype

    HTML5 authoring tool, for making animations, interactive thingummies, etc. $50. Hadn’t seen it before, looks good for complex stuff. (via Daring Fireball)

  7. Transm.js (javascript programmable image transitions)

    A huge range of transitions that can be added to HTML images. All those things you avoid in PowerPoint.

  8. Close Pixelate · David DeSandro

    JavaScript to pixelate images, in a variety of styles, eg like Chuck Close. Very configurable, multiple layers, pixel shapes, etc.

  9. HTML Elements and Attributes

    Very handy-looking reference for HTML5 elements and attributes. (via Brett Terpstra)

  10. HTML5 Doctor, helping you implement HTML5 today

    Some nice, sensible discussion on individual HTML5 elements.

  11. HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.

    Even if you don’t use the whole thing, it’s a nice collection of handy little JavaScript/CSS/.htaccess techniques in one place.

  12. with Thomas Fuchs » Blog Archive » Making an iPad HTML5 App & making it really fast

    Some handy tips, although some assume you’re building a website *only* for the iPad, and don’t need to worry about other platforms.

  13. HTML5 Readiness

    Handy (HTML5/CSS3) diagram of which HTML5/CSS3 features are in which browsers. (Upshot: I can’t use any of it yet for production sites.) (via Daring Fireball)

  14. Jilion - SublimeVideo

    That lovely HTML5 video player which I keep seeing and then forgetting the URL of.

  15. When can I use…

    “Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.” A lot of waiting involved. (via Dotcode)

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