By adamwulf on June 8, 2010
By Ben Lister on May 17, 2010
Starting with Safari 4, iPhone/iPad OS3, Chrome 5, and Opera 10.5 (Desktop), HTML5 Local Databases are now supported. I’ve been reading about local databases for quite some time and decided to do a write up with some basic examples on how to get started.
By (author unknown) on May 5, 2010
I am an unabashed partisan of the Web — its architecture, culture, and
content. I’m proud to have played a very small part in shaping bits of the
machinery and having contributed probably too many words to that content
But as for HTML5? It’s a good enough thing to the extent
it turns out to work. But nothing terribly important depends on it.
By adamwulf on August 30, 2009
This specification defines an API that enables Web pages to use the Web Sockets protocol for two-way communication with a remote host.
By John Resig on July 21, 2009
By John Resig on July 8, 2009
One of the biggest wins of the HTML 5 recommendation is a detailed specification outlining how parsing of HTML documents should work. For too many years browsers have simply tried to guess and copy what others were doing in hopes that their parser would work well enough to not cause too many problems with HTML markup found in the wild.