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iOS Prototyping With TAP And Adobe Fireworks (Part 1) | Smashing Fireworks

iOS Prototyping With TAP And Adobe Fireworks (Part 1) | Smashing Fireworks | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

One of the strengths of Adobe Fireworks lies in its ability to produce basic-level prototypes in HTML format for the purpose of sharing concepts, evaluating them and conducting usability tests. But did you know that you can use Fireworks in combination with other tools to create complex iOS prototypes(for both the iPhone and iPad) with similar ease?


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How HTML5 Can Power E-Learning

How HTML5 Can Power E-Learning | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
HTML5 is rapidly catching on in a wide variety of different markets, and though the new language doesn't yet have the full recommendation of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), there still exists a wide array of tacit recommendation from the sheer...

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Websockets load-balancing with HAProxy

Websockets load-balancing with HAProxy | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

HTTP protocol is connection-less and only the client can request information from a server. In any case, a server can contact a client… HTTP is purely half-duplex. Furthermore, a server can answer only one time to a client request.

Some websites or web applications require the server to update client from time to time. There were a few ways to do so:
- the client request the server at a regular interval to check if there is a new information available
- the client send a request to the server and the server answers as soon as he has an information to provide to the client (also known as long time polling)

But those methods have many drawbacks due to HTTP limitation.
So a new protocol has been designed: websockets, which allows a 2 ways communication (full duplex) between a client and a server, over a single TCP connection. Furthermore, websockets re-use the HTTP connection it was initialized on, which means it uses the standard TCP port.


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Free HTML5 Tool Lets You Create Great Presentations And More

Free HTML5 Tool Lets You Create Great Presentations And More | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

Say farewell to Powerpoint, Flash or whatever tool you are currently using to create presentation slides, banner ads, infographics or product demos.


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GOELANCE's curator insight, August 12, 2013 4:46 AM
Free HTML5 Tool Lets You Create Great Presentations And More
Jordi Carrió Jamilà's curator insight, August 12, 2013 11:50 AM

Una herramienta muy interesante para crear infografías y presentaciones en base a HTML5

javiergil23's curator insight, August 13, 2013 3:47 PM

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