Asim Shahzad Posted on 22. Nov, 2011 | Comment in!
In the website designing we’ve day by day updates as we know most of famous mobile platforms (iOS and Android) not supporting Flash based websites or even adverts not displaying they update their firmware with latest updates like HTML5 (Hyper Text Markup Language) is powerful alternate of flash animations, now we can these of with few HTML5 code lines. It goes to explain issues originate in previous rehearsals of HTML and addresses the needs of web apps and rich internet (Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silver Light alternate), an area previously not effectively covered by HTML.
We’re with Ultimate HTML5 Tutorials; we collected latest and really useful HTML5 tutorials from famous developer resources, these of all can help to web designers and web developers for get solution of modern development techniques, we should appreciate those developers who sharing there tricky knowledge regarding HTML5.
One of my favorite new HTML5 tags, which has only recently been integrated into Chrome (as of version 12), is the
details element. I’ll show you to use it in today’s quick tip.
This industry moves fast — really fast! If you’re not careful, you’ll be left in its dust. So, if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed with the coming changes/updates in HTML5, use this as a primer of the things you must know.
In this second part of this web design tutorial series, we will convert the vibrant and professional design we designed in Part 1. We will use HTML5 and CSS3, as a proof of concept and as a way for you to learn these upcoming W3C standards through practice. We will also use the 960 Grid System to speed up development time.
HTML5 is growing up faster than anyone could have imagined. Powerful and professional solutions are already being developed…even in the gaming world! Today, you’ll make your first game using Box2D and HTML5′s
A few days ago, Google announced that they were dropping support for the H.264 video codec in its popular browser, Chrome. In light of that, today, we’re going to take a look at the ramifications and current state of video on the web.
In this quick tip, I’ll show you how to use the new HTML5 date input, and then provide a fallback jQuery UI solution for the browsers which don’t yet support this new input type.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to create a swanky HTML5 AJAX powered contact form. The form will use some of the new HTML5 input elements and attributes, and will be validated using the browser’s built-in form validation.
I’ve been doing a bit of experimenting with the Canvas and Video tags in HTML5 lately, and found some cool features hiding in plain sight. One of those is the Canvas.drawImage() api call. Here is the description on the draft site.
You’ve been depressed for like a year now, I know. All the hardcore Objective-C developers have been having a hay-day writing apps for the iPhone. You might have even tried reading a tutorial or two about developing for the iPhone, but its C—or a form of it—and it’s really hard to learn.
Not every HTML5 or CSS3 feature has widespread browser support, naturally. To compensate for this, enterprising developers have created a number of tools to let you use these technologies today, without leaving behind users who still live in the stone age.
One of the new features in HTML5 is native drag and drop. Surprisingly, Internet Explorer has had support for this since version 5.5; in fact, the HTML5 implementation is based on IE’s support. In this tutorial and screencast, we’ll look at how to implement native drag and drop to build a simple shopping cart interface.
Forms are usually seen as that obnoxious thing we have to markup and style. I respectfully disagree: forms (on a par with tables) are the most exciting thing we have to work with.
Follow this step by step walkthrough of the making of a sleek website design for an eyewear brand in HTML5 and CSS3. We’ll build the HTML structure with the latest elements then style up the appearance of the site with CSS3 affects to match the original Photoshop concept with minimal use of background images.
How HTML5 Web Sockets interact with proxy servers, load balancing routers, and firewalls. Additionally, they explained here Web Socket Gateway and its Web Socket emulation can add additional value.
The Most prominent additions in HTML 5 are tags like header, footer, aside, nav, audio etc. HTML 5 will also include APIs for drawing graphics on screen, storing data offline, dragging and dropping, and a lot more. Site layout would be easily understandable and in code, tags are easy to understand as well Like the few tags they listed.
In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at how to serve HTML5 forms to modern browsers, while compensating for older browsers by using a mix of Webforms2, Modernizr, jQuery UI and assorted jQuery Plugins.
This is an old video put up by a Google Employee called Brad Neuberg as an educational Introduction to HTML5. This is for the people who don’t find time to keep up with HTML5 developments by reading up articles.
HTML5 is definitely the flavor of the month, with everyone in the design community getting excited about its release. In this tutorial we’ll get a taste of what’s to come by building a cool iPhone app website using a HTML5 structure, and visual styling with some CSS3 effects.
In this article, I’m going to walk you through transformations in the canvas, as well as shadows and gradients. Transformations are an extremely valuable set of methods that allow you to start being creative with the way you draw objects on the canvas. Let’s get started after the jump!
At the end of this article you’ll learn how to Use Graceful Degradation techniques and technologies to keep things in place for legacy browsers.
At the heart of every location-based application is positioning and geolocation. In this tutorial you will learn the geolocation capabilities of HTML5 and the basic principles needed to take advantage of them in your next HTML5 app!
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.
HTML5 Boilerplate is widely recognized as a rock-solid foundation for building new web-based sites and applications. That said, few are aware that the tool offers more than simply setting up your development environment. It also helps you “wrap up” your work by providing an awesome cross-platform build process.
Last month I did a talk at the Campus Party, one of the biggest technology events of the world, talking about Fireworks, HTML5 and CSS3.
Web designers can do some pretty cool stuff with HTML 4 and CSS 2.1. We can structure our documents logically and create information-rich sites without relying on archaic, table-based layouts. We can style our web pages with beauty and detail without resorting to inline <font> and <br> tags. Indeed, our current design methods have taken us far beyond the hellish era of browser wars, proprietary protocols, and those hideous flashing, scrolling, and blinking web pages.
HTML5 is certainly one of the latest buzzwords in the web community. It isn’t something new anymore and we’ve already seen how cool it is. Features like simplified doctype, more semantic markup, input types and placeholders are just some of the reasons you’d like to use a HTML5 template.
Web development is an area in which you have to keep up with the latest technologies and techniques, so that you are at the top of your game. And no wonder – this is an area which changes with an amazing pace. What is the standard now will be obsolete in just a couple of years.
The <video> element is brand new in HTML 5 and allows you to, get this, play a movie in your website! The data of this element is supposed to be video but it might also have audio or images associated with it. Of course, this will only work in a few browsers: Safari 3.1+, Firefox 3.5+, and latest builds of Opera (oh, and potentially the next release of Chrome).
It is bound to happen. Sooner or later, somebody is going to type in a wrong URL or follow a broken link to your site. This is when the notorious 404 page is displayed. To make the experience less frustrating, you can take the time and design a friendly error page, which will encourage your user to stay at your web site.
InLesson 1 and Lesson 2 of our HTML 5 tutorial, we looked at some new structural tags you can use to help eliminate the “div-soup” of HTML 4.x layouts, as well as some other semantic tags to help give your pages easy-to-parse dates, metadata and captioned images.
If you’re new to HTML5 then you might want to start at the following link which will give you an overview and a simple template to get you started: HTML5 Tutorial.
Much like the other various Envato marketplaces, our newly launched Tuts+ marketplace will offer a free file each month. For September, that free file/tutorial just so happens to mine! I’ll show you how to build a custom HTML5 video player with Flash fallback support.
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