Resources for DNLE for 21st Century
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Ultimate HTML5 Cheatsheet

Ultimate HTML5 Cheatsheet | Resources for DNLE for 21st Century | Scoop.it

Voici une infographie regroupant les nouveaux tags HTML5, ceux en commun avec le HTML4, ceux non supportés ainsi que les attributs et le support des différents navigateurs. Une flopée d'infos que pourront bookmarker les développeurs Web.


Via Frédéric DEBAILLEUL, Elena Pérez, michel verstrepen
Dolly Bhasin 's insight:

EXCELLENT RESOURCE FOR LEARNING HTML5! Thanks for sharing!

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Naguib Toihiri's curator insight, August 18, 2013 9:00 AM

Infographie des nouvelles balises HTML5 et des anciennes. Toujours utile pour un référenceur web ;-)

Nicolas Casel's curator insight, September 3, 2013 3:13 PM

Classification des tags HTML 5 : "nouveaux", "existants" et "obsolètes" et support en fonction de chaque navigateur

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Together, HTML5 and DRM can take out native apps

Together, HTML5 and DRM can take out native apps | Resources for DNLE for 21st Century | Scoop.it

There are HTML5 apps and games that rival and even outperform native applications. The biggest brands such as Google, YouTube, LinkedIn and OpenTable (among others) are championing HTML5 — and delivering the goods. The only thing holding back HTML5 from killing native apps is DRM.

 

Let’s be honest, production studios are in business to make money from the content they produce. Right now, native apps provide the protections studios require, but the ironic thing is that every video delivered through native apps is not Flash-based. Publishers have already done the heavy lifting for HTML5 delivery. They want to deliver videos in a mobile app that works across all devices — phone, tablet, laptop, and connected TVs. They want to build once, deliver everywhere. Publishers will then be able to get out of the dev shop business, and premium content will flourish online. HTML5 DRM enables this to happen — opening the floodgates.


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Niels Jakob Pasgaard's curator insight, December 26, 2012 6:15 AM

Wouldn't it be great in a BYOD perspective??

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The New 3-Tier Architecture: HTML5, Proxies, and APIs

The New 3-Tier Architecture:HTML5, Proxies, and APIs by Brian Mulloy and Kevin Swiber (Apigee)

 

Companion video here : http://goo.gl/YBECx

 


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Great work, just what I was looking for! Thanks for sharing!

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