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Notepad++

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Notepad++: a free source code editor which supports several programming languages running under the MS Windows environment.
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Notepad++ is a free source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages.
Running in the MS Windows environment, its use is governed by GPL License.
As part of my own development I'm enhancing my HTML5 skills and find this code editor invaluable (so far)

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Interface Builder for Web Apps - Divshot

Interface Builder for Web Apps - Divshot | technologies | Scoop.it
Divshot is a revolutionary drag-and-drop interface builder that exports to clean HTML and CSS.
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Divshot is a web service that is currently offering its services for free; the site states that it will be introducing premium plans soon.
Using this website, practitioners and learners are able to setup the visual interface for their HTML5 web apps or webpages within minutes.
A number of template options are provided, each time a new page is added. When users are finished with their interface, they can use Divshot’s options to either download the entire project as a ZIP archive or simply copy the code of their current interface.

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Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents

Popular presentation sharing web site SlideShare has abandoned flash and shifted entirely to HTML5–you can now view SlideShare on any app that has an HTML5 compliant web browser.

Is this a first step away from flash?

 

Good news for learning providers, and their learners, using iPads etc.

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Create HTML5 Interactive Presentations, Animations, infographics & banners - HTML5 Presenter by Easy WebContent

Create HTML5 Interactive Presentations, Animations, infographics & banners - HTML5 Presenter by Easy WebContent | technologies | Scoop.it
Use Presenter to create free professional interactive HTML5 Presentations, animations, banners, Splash pages and more.
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Looking for an easy way to make HTML 5 animated presentations, interactive infographics, and more?

If so, try out Easy Web Content Presenter. It comes with almost everything you'd need, and it works directly in a browser, so there is no need to download any files.

An added bonus, because it’s HTML 5, everything created works on mobile devices.
Although still in Beta, there are a number of templates are available.
With a very small learning curve, it will take little time to get everything up and running.

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Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, April 21, 2013 5:30 PM

HTML5 può essere una buona alternativa anche ai programmi di presentazione per pubblicare direttamente in rete

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10 Online HTML5 Tools For Web Designers | Tools

10 Online HTML5 Tools For Web Designers | Tools | technologies | Scoop.it

HTML5, the new language for presenting content on the Internet,

 

...brings new features making it easy to incorporate video, audio, fonts, drag & drop, web graphics & animations into web pages.

 

...is backwards compatible as well so don’t worry about your old designs in HTML 4 or XHML1 they will all work just the same!

 

...has the potential to replace flash.

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Google Swiffy

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If you are practitioner, you will probably be worried, with so many iOS devices that can’t support flash, that many of your resources are past their "usefull to learners shelf life" - outside the learning environment that is!

 

Naturally, practitioners feel stuck, but with Google’s Swiffy, they can convert Flash SWF Files to HTML 5 to help them reach a wider learner-base.

 

Note - Swiffy uses SVG, a standardised format for vector graphics. SVG features used by Swiffy are supported by Webkit-based browsers such as Safari (on desktop and mobile) and Google Chrome.At the time of writing this, Firefox 5 has almost complete support for SVG, but does not support SVG fonts.

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