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Introduction to Fabric.js

Introduction to Fabric.js | Lectures web | Scoop.it

In this article, I’ll introduce you to Fabric.js—a powerful JavaScript library that makes working with the HTML5 canvas element a breeze. Fabric provides a missing object model for canvas, as well as an SVG parser, a layer of interactivity, and a whole suite of other indispensable tools. It is a fully open-source project, licensed under MIT, with many contributions over the years.

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Why moving elements with translate() is better than pos:abs top/left - Paul Irish

Why moving elements with translate() is better than pos:abs top/left - Paul Irish | Lectures web | Scoop.it
In modern days we have two primary options for moving an element across the screen: using CSS 2D transforms and translate()
using position:absolute …
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5 More HTML5 APIs You Didn’t Know Existed

This blog post explores many HTML5 APIs, including Fullscreen API, Page Visibility API, getUserMedia API, Battery API, and Link Prefetching!
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The truth about structuring an HTML5 page | Feature | .net magazine

The truth about structuring an HTML5 page | Feature | .net magazine | Lectures web | Scoop.it
Part polemic, part instruction manual, The Truth About HTML5 has ignited an interesting debate. Here we present an exclusive excerpt on the problems around structuring in HTML5
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HTML5 et le SEO : quelles opportunités ?

HTML5 et le SEO : quelles opportunités ? | Lectures web | Scoop.it
Dans le cadre du SEOCamp de Nantes 2012, j'ai été invité à intervenir sur le thème de html5 et le SEO.
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Native mobile app dev vs. HTML5: Why not both?

Mobile app developers see strengths in both paradigms as well as in a hybrid approach...

Do you ever wish your clients would take a lie detector test?
Often clients and prospective clients make statements during project negotiations or in the course of the project itself that just aren’t true.
Sometimes they do this on purpose (such as when they try to manipulate you to lower your price or turn in the work more quickly). Other times, they just don’t know any better.
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When Will We See the Final Version of HTML5?

When Will We See the Final Version of HTML5? | Lectures web | Scoop.it
Since 2008, HTML5 has slowly been creeping onto the world wide web, making it more personalized and interactive. When will the web of the future arrive?
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50 Free Web-Based Apps and Tools for Web Developers

What we have for you today is 50 web-based apps and tools that will either offer, in one way or another, a time-saving solution to many modern development...
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HTML5 mythbusting

The ongoing discussion about the “readiness” of HTML5 is based on a lot of false assumptions. These lead to myths about HTML5 that get uttered once and then continuously repeated – a lot of times without checking their validity at all.

https://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/11/html5-mythbusting/
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Getting to Grips with the HTML5 File API

The HTML5 File API allows developers to interact with the local filesystem on the client-side. Using these APIs, developers can build more robust web applications that work seamlessly both online and offline. This tutorial demonstrates the basic usage of these APIs to do common tasks like reading the properties and content of files.
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Improving the Performance of your HTML5 App - HTML5 Rocks

HTML5 gives us great tools to enhance the visual appearance of web applications. This is especially true in the realm of animations. However, with this new power also come new challenges. Actually these challenges aren't really that new and it might sometimes make sense to ask your friendly desk neighbor, the Flash programmer, how she has overcome similar things in the past.
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Myth busting the HTML5 performance of transform:translate vs. top/left

Myth busting the HTML5 performance of transform:translate vs. top/left | Lectures web | Scoop.it

I recently came across Christian Heilmann’s Five things you can do to make HTML5 perform better article, where point number three is to use CSS Transforms instead of position and top/left when moving elements across a page. It is a practice increasingly championed, such as in the noted Paul Irish video, Why Moving Elements With Translate() Is Better Than Pos:abs Top/left.

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HTML5 forms introduction and new attributes | HTML5 Doctor

No doubt you interact with at least one form on the Web every day. Whether you’re searching for content or logging in to your e-mail account or Facebook page, using online forms is one of the most common tasks performed on the Web. As designers and developers, creating forms has a certain monotony about it, particularly writing validation scripts for them. HTML5 introduces a number of new attributes, input types, and other elements for your markup toolkit. In this article we’ll be focussing on the new attributes with a future article looking at the new input types.

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Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way

Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way | Lectures web | Scoop.it
As we celebrate the release of Windows Phone 8 around the globe, we would like to share some of the exciting new features that will make building feature-rich HTML5 sites and applications for Windows Phone 8 easier than ever.

It is important to mention that these features that help give Internet Explorer its fast and fluid performance (including the blazing fast JavaScript engine) work the same way in both Internet Explorer and any application that uses the WebBrowser control.
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Camera and Video Control with HTML5

Access the desktop camera and video using HTML, JavaScript, and Canvas. The camera may be controlled using HTML5 and getUserMedia.
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Network Service Discovery API support in Opera - Dev.Opera

According to Nielsen, as of 2009 nearly 60% people in the US used their TV and internet simultaneously for an average of 2.5 hours per person per month. That's around 128 million people and just over 19 billion minutes of simultaneous viewing per month! It's not surprising, then, that we've seen a surge of interest in multi-screen development recently. As part of this, we've submitted a draft specification to the W3C entitled Network Service Discovery API which aims to ease discovering and sharing data between devices.
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SVG Graphics Library for JavaScript HTML5 :jsDraw2DX

Open Source Javascript graphics library jsDraw2DX based on SVG (VML for old IE). Draw line, rectangle, circle, ellipse, polygon, arc, bezier curve, curves.
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Responsive With Zurb Foundation & HTML5

For the purpose of this Techtorial, we’re going to build a simple news reader application for my friend‘s Tech Blog DailySocial.net. We’re going to extract contents using only frontend technologies, JavaScript to be exact. There will be no caching (persistency) at all, you are welcomed to fork and do your own implementation, you could try to persist by using Local Storage or even cookies (beware of the 4 KB limit for this).
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HTML Boilerplates, CSS and Wordpress Frameworks

Great selection of the best HTML Boilerplates, CSS and WordPress Frameworks...
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Menu Notification Badges Using HTML5 Data-Attributes | Webdesigntuts+

Today we’re going to take Orman Clark’s Menu Notification Badges design and build it using HTML and CSS. We’ll look at a couple of ways to achieve the effect, including the use of HTML5 data attributes which you may be unfamiliar with. Let’s dive in!
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DOM, HTML5, & CSS3 Performance

In this 30min video I cover:

Reflows, what they are and how to avoid them
Hardware accelerated CSS, how to trigger it
Letting the browser optimize animation for you with requestAnimationFrame
Web Workers
Benchmarking
Build scripts
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17 Neat HTML5 Games To Keep You Busy This Week

17 Neat HTML5 Games To Keep You Busy This Week | Lectures web | Scoop.it
Flash games are old and technology is advancing. I have collected some amazing HTML5 games that you can play this weekend and keep yourself busy. They are in random order (no ranking or anything else). Make sure you are using a modern browser that supports HTML5 and Canvas.
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