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List of HTML5 Presentation Resources

List of HTML5 Presentation Resources

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I’ve been running sessions on HTML5, Internet Explorer 9/10, CSS3 and more at recent Web Camps, Code Camps, and user group meetings.  Many resources are shown or mentioned in those sessions, so I’ve compiled a list of them for you here.

I hope you find these useful!

HTML5

  • HTML5 at W3C – Specifications and learning materials
  • HTML5 W3C Logo – HTML5 and related logos
  • HTML5 LabsHTML5 Labs – Prototypes of early web specifications (e.g. IndexedDB, FileAPI, etc.)
  • ScriptJunkie.com – Articles and information on web development
  • CanIUse.com – Details support by browser for HTML5, CSS3, and other technologies
  • Modernizr – HTML5 & CSS3 feature detection made easy
  • HTML5 Cross Browser Polyfills – Shims, polyfills helpful for implementing features while supporting a range of browsers
  • HTML5 Boilerplate – An HTML5 template. Useful also as a reference.
  • Initializr – HTML5 template builder
  • Yepnope.js – Conditional resource loader that utilizes asynchronous calls

HTML5 Sample Applications/Sites

Internet Explorer

CSS

Canvas & SVG

  • Canvas PadCanvas Pad – Great way to see/learn canvas capabilities
  • Easel.js – A library to help create HTML5 Canvas graphics
  • UN Systems Org Chart – SVG example showing effects of zooming
  • SVG-Oids – SVG game example (Fire up the F12 dev tools with this one)
  • Raphael – A library to help create vector graphics - SVG/VML

Microsoft Web Platform

Tools

Presentation Slides

And finally, here are slides I’ve used at some point for various presentations. 

  • SkyDrive folder share.  Contains:
    • HTML5 and Friends
    • HTML5 Web Camp – Graphics and UI with CSS3, SVG, and Canvas
    • HTML5 Web Camp – Practices and Adoption Techniques

My teammate Rachel Appel has posted materials from her HTML5 Web Camp sessions as well.

-Chris

  • Hi Chris,

    Is the event in Framington the same that you did in Waltham before the break for WWPC?

    If it isn't are they going to open it for more registrants?  I got closed out of that 1.  I don't know if I show up will they let me in?

    Your blog is very helpful for me and I am sorry that I didn't check it while working on the small businesses that where hit in the tornafo areas.  I have been help other partners to get their customers with machines and on line asap.

    Claudette

  • Hi Claudette,

    Yes, the new series (blogs.msdn.com/.../more-microsoft-html5-web-camps-coming-soon.aspx) is an extension of the ones we ran in June.  Unfortunately, the Farmington, CT venue isn't terribly large so it filled up quickly.  I don't know if we're creating a waiting list for it.

    The good news is we'll be recording screencasts of the sessions. We'll post them (probably via Channel 9) and I'll blog about it here.

    Best,

    Chris

  • Hi Chris, Thanks so much again to you and Rachel for your awesome presentation today in Atlanta! It was great to see all the new HTML5 abilities of IE!

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