Dec 3 2010

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I read about this on Drawar.
A great idea and nicely done. Make sure you scroll down the page.
http://benthebodyguard.com/

I read about this on Drawar.

A great idea and nicely done. Make sure you scroll down the page.

http://benthebodyguard.com/

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Nov 26 2010

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Nov 19 2010

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Aug 11 2010

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I’ve been playing around some more with my HTML5 Canvas Kaleidoscope experiment. I’ve made it more robust and played around with the flickr API to get more out of it (you can view other flickr users photos in it now). The main improvement is that the you can link to a particular photo being viewed through the kaleidoscope.
http://www.experiencebureau.com/toys/kaleidoscope/

I’ve been playing around some more with my HTML5 Canvas Kaleidoscope experiment. I’ve made it more robust and played around with the flickr API to get more out of it (you can view other flickr users photos in it now). The main improvement is that the you can link to a particular photo being viewed through the kaleidoscope.

http://www.experiencebureau.com/toys/kaleidoscope/

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Aug 3 2010

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Jul 30 2010

Article: To HTML5 or not to HTML5

I’m currently thinking about how far to go with using HTML5 on a project I’m working on.

The project is a big and complicated search interface with lots of tricky UI. We’re currently working it up to being a functional prototype (we’re a long way off pushing it into production).

I’m thinking that a lot of the form handling (validation and input types) as well as some of the other features like autocomplete could be handled with the new Web Forms 2.0 features of HTML5. This could potentially cut out a whole bunch of annoying Javascript work - at least until we’re ready to move into production (when backwards compatibility becomes more of an issue).

But is it risky switching to HTML5 so soon? And how far should we go?

I spent a bit of time looking around and came across some really good resources and now have a bit of a plan. It seems to me that “going HTML5” doesn’t have to be all or nothing. It’s not too early to start benefiting from HTML5 now.

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Jul 20 2010

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Jul 9 2010

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The acronym element is obsolete, thereby freeing up years of debating time that can be better spent calculating the angel-density capacity of standard-sized pinheads. Do not mourn the acronym element; just use the abbr element instead. Yes, I know there’s a difference between acronyms and abbreviations - acronyms are spoken as single words, like NATO and SCUBA - but just remember: all acronyms are abbreviations, but not all abbreviations are acronyms.

Jeremy Keith in “HTML5 for web designers”

I’ve just started reading “HTML5 for web designers”. I’m really enjoying it. The only problem is that every now and then I have to explain to my wife why I’m chuckling out loud whilst reading a “textbook”…

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Jun 23 2010

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