HTML5 Posts

Vimeo to use HTML5 by default

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Vimeo’s new video player will work on various screen sizes and additional devices by switching to HTML5 from the Adobe Flash player. Vimeo was able to speed up their video-streaming technology by switching from Flash-powered video to HTML5 by default.
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W3C Finalizes HTML5 Definition

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has finalized the standards for HTML5.  The W3C pledged to get it done by 2014, but they are well ahead of schedule.  The next step for HTML5 is to focus on interoperability and performance testing to make sure that HTML5 works smoothly on all browsers, servers, and web tools.  The W3C hopes that this will bring “broad HTML5 interoperability” by 2014.

15 Free and Handy HTML5 Frameworks


Programming HTML5 from the ground up can be pretty tricky. Making sure that your HTML5 website is valid by using a framework makes life a bit easier for developers. Frameworks will help you speed up some development and gives you a great starting point. Below is a list of 15 useful and free HTML5 frameworks.
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10+ HTML5 Audio Players


Earlier we took a look at some of the best HTML5 video players. Today we will look at the best HTML audio players. Below is a list of over 10 of the best HTML5 audio players that are out there right now. As we find additional players to share, we will add them. Please let us know if we missed any of the good ones in the comments.
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30+ Examples Of HTML5 Canvas Applications


You may have seen our galleries of HTML5 video players and list of free HTML5 templates. In this post, we are going to focus on the HTML5 canvas element, which allows for dynamic and scriptable rendering of 2D shapes and bitmap images. Canvas was initially introduced by Apple to use inside Mac OS X WebKit in 2004 to power apps like Dashboard widgets and the Safari browser. In 2005 canvas was adopted in version 1.8 of Gecko and Opera in 2006. Canvas has a drawable region defined in HTML code using width and height attributes. JavaScript code can access the area through a set of drawing functions that are similar to those of other common 2D APIs for creating dynamically generated graphics. Some people use canvas for building graphs, games, and animations.

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100+ Free CSS3 and HTML5 Templates

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HTML5 is the fifth revision of the HTML standard that is still under development. It is becoming the language of choice for many developers and designers because the features of the language have been built with the consideration of being able to work on low-powered devices like tablets and smartphones. CSS3, the latest standard of cascading style sheets, complements HTML5 very well. If you are a newbie when it comes to HTML5, finding templates can be useful for learning the basics. This is why I wanted to compile as big of a list as I can to help you find some of the best templates out there. Check out the list below of over 100 HTML5 and CSS3 website templates:
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24 HTML5 Video Players


HTML5 videos are elements that were introduced in the HTML5 draft specification for the purpose of playing videos and movies. HTML5 video is to become a new standard way to show video online, but there has been disagreements about which video formats should be supported in the video element.
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