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Let’s HTML5

My Facebook status give me the idea of this post. HTML5 is a new version of HTML and XHTML. The HTML5 draft specification defines a single language that can be written in HTML and XML. It attempts to solve issues found in previous iterations of HTML and addresses the needs of Web Applications, an area previously not adequately covered by HTML.

Introduction to HTML 5 from Brad Neuberg on Vimeo

if you are also interested in HTML 5 and what’s coming down the pipeline but haven’t had time to read any articles, Brad Neuberg has put together an educational Introduction to HTML 5 video that goes over many of the major aspects of this new standard.* Web vector graphics with the Canvas tag and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
* The Geolocation API
* HTML 5 Video
* The HTML 5 Database and Application Cache
* Web workers

In the video we also crack open the HTML 5 YouTube Video prototype to show you some of the new HTML 5 tags, such as nav, article, etc. It’s chock full of demos and sample source code.

HTML 5 Demos and Examples

HTML 5 experimentation and demos I’ve hacked together. Click on the browser support icon or the technology tag to filter the demos (the filter is an OR filter).

http://html5demos.com/

HTML 5 and web standards

Every new Apple mobile device and every new Mac — along with the latest version of Apple’s Safari web browser — supports web standards including HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. These web standards are open, reliable, highly secure, and efficient. They allow web designers and developers to create advanced graphics, typography, animations, and transitions. Standards aren’t add-ons to the web. They are the web. And you can start using them today.

http://www.apple.com/html5/

Dive Into HTML 5

Dive Into HTML 5 seeks to elaborate on a hand-picked Selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine Standards. I shall publish Drafts periodically, as time permits. Please send feedback. The final manuscript will be published on paper by O’Reilly, under the Google Press imprint. Pre-order the printed Work and be the first in your Community to receive it. The Work shall remain online under the CC-BY-3.0 License.

http://diveintohtml5.org/

23 Essential HTML 5 Resources

  1. Yes, You Can Use HTML 5 Today! – A great beginning overview of HTML 5
  2. Wikipedia: HTML 5 – A basic overview from Wikipedia
  3. HTML 5 Cheat Sheet – A great quick guide to HTML 5 as a printable PDF
  4. HTML 5 Demos – A great set of demos. Just view the source to see how they work.
  5. HTML 5 Drag and Drop + Microformats = a whole world of possibilities – An example of how to use Drag-n-Drop in HTML 5
  6. HTML 5 Gallery – See what’s possible with HTML 5
  7. HTML 5 Forms Demo – A powerful demo of how forms work in HTML 5
  8. HTML 5 Doctor – A great general resource on HTML 5
  9. Headers in HTM 5 – A good article from HTML 5 Doctor on the Header element
  10. Video elements – A useful article from HTML 5 Doctor on the Video element
  11. Designing a blog with html5 – A tutorial on how to build a blog in HTML 5
  12. How to get HTML5 working in IE and Firefox 2 – Another great article from HTML 5 Doctor
  13. HTML 5 – Draft Standard – The whole spec, in all it’s scary technical detail
  14. Semantics in HTML 5 – An opinion piece from A List Apart
  15. Thinking About HTML 5 canvas Accessibility – Some quick thoughts on accessibility problems with the Canvas element
  16. HTML 5: nav ambiguity resolved – A post by Zeldman on the HTML 5 Nav element
  17. A Selection of Supported Features in HTML5 – A great list from Molly about which HTML 5 features are supported by which browsers
  18. The WHATWG Blog – The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group – the folks working on the HTML 5 spec
  19. HTML 5 canvas – A great in-depth tutorial on how the HTML 5 Canvas element works
  20. Native Drag and Drop – A demo of how the Drag-n-Drop functionality works.
  21. Bespin – A Mozilla Labs experiment on how to build an extensible Web code editor using HTML 5 technology.
  22. When can I use… – Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies
  23. Comparison of layout engines (HTML 5) – A good resource from Wikipedia
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