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  • Web Development
    How to Generate Noise with CanvasGenerate noise with canvas
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    Not too long ago, I noted on Twitter that it'd be fantastic if, one day, CSS3 provided support for adding noise to elements (not audio, but texture). After a bit of experimentation and Googling, I came across a solution that uses JavaScript and canvas to dynamically create noise. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    HTML5 JavaScript APIsHtml5 apis
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    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we’ll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. In December of last year, Remy Sharp spoke at CODEBITS about the various new HTML5 APIs. In the talk, he covers the video element, canvas, web storage, and other techniques.Read More…
  • News
    Winners Announced: 10 Free Copies of "Introducing HTML5"Introducing html5 thumb
    Recently, Remy Sharp and Bruce Lawson teamed up to write the excellent "Introducing HTML5." Right now, there's a lot of confusing smoke hovering around the term HTML5: what is it, what's included in it, what can we dependably use, what can't we? Bruce and Remy, in their book, do a fantastic job of of providing the essentials of what you absolutely must know about this developing technology. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    HTML5 Audio and Video: What you Must KnowHtml5 audio and video
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    In promotion of what I consider to be the best HTML5 book currently available on the market, Remy Sharp and Bruce Lawson agreed to donate a chapter of Introducing HTML5 to our readers, which details the ins and outs of working with HTML5 video and audio. A LONG TIME AGO, in a galaxy that feels a very long way away, multimedia on the Web was limited to tinkling MIDI tunes and animated GIFs. As bandwidth got faster and compression technologies improved, MP3 music supplanted MIDI and real video began to gain ground. All sorts of proprietary players battled it out—Real Player, Windows Media, and so on—until one emerged as the victor in 2005: Adobe Flash, largely because of the ubiquity of its plugin and the fact that it was the delivery mechanism of choice for YouTube. Read More…
  • HTML5
    Getting Offline Access with HTML5 Application Code
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    Just when you thought you'd seen all the cool features of HTML5, I'm here to bring you yet another one. The internet is no longer about just websites; it's about web applications. Often, our users are on portable or mobile devices, and they won't always have access to a network. With HTML5's Application Cache, you can provide them with all or some of the functionality they would have online, no matter where they go.Read More…
  • Front-End
    21 Ridiculously Impressive HTML5 Canvas ExperimentsPreview
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    HTML5 is the thing to talk about these day. Today, we have a collection of some ridiculously impressive HTML5 canvas-based experiments that will make you say, "Wow!" Let's take a peek at some of the latest, cutting edge examples out there.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    The Official Guide to HTML5 BoilerplateHtml5 boilerplate
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    When we helped to promote the recently released HTML5 Boilerplate in early August, multiple comments were made, which expressed a desire for a full video overview of the template. Thankfully, Paul Irish, the co-creator, recorded a full video walk-through, exclusively for Nettuts+. In this screencast, he meticulously reviews each page, and then further goes on to explain why and when you would use each snippet in your projects. The product of years of learning, this video is not to be missed! Even if you have no intention of using this template, you'll still learn an array of helpful techniques. Read More…
  • Web Development
    The HTML5 BoilerplateHtml5 boilerplate
    The talented Paul Irish and Divya Manian, just yesterday, released what they call the "HTML5 Boilerplate." The product of years of experience, this is easily the most comprehensive starting template for every new project that I've ever seen. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    HTML5 Apps: What, Why, and HowHtml5 apps
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    If you want to build web apps, you might want to think about using HTML5. HTML5 is the new hotness when it comes to app development, and it has the potential to change the way software is made and sold. It also activates the millions of people out there who know how to make web pages, and never thought their skill set could be used for something else. But before jumping into development, there are some things you should know about HTML5. In this tutorial, I'll teach you the basics!Read More…
  • Contests
    Winners Announced: Build an Incredible HTML5 App: $7000 CompetitionHtml5 competition
    After a week of deliberation by a handful of select reviewers, we've narrowed the dozens of submissions down to the top three winners! Trust me, when I tell you that it was not an easy decision. Let's see who won! Read More…
  • Mobile Web Apps
    Browser Storage for HTML5 AppsHtml5 browser storage preview
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    For years one of the main advantages of writing desktop applications has been the easy access to local storage on the client machine. Web developers have put up with the inability to store and retrieve data from the client’s machine for a long time, but it looks like that may change soon. You might even think it already has after reading this article. Yes, I'm going to discuss the origins of persisting data on clients machine and then introduce you to the Web Storage standard. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Building Persistent Sticky Notes with Local StoragePreview
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    HTML5 local storage is like cookies on steroids; it’s incredibly simple to use and yet still so powerful. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create “sticky notes” functionality, that allows your users to take persistent notes while browsing your site.Read More…
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