Jennifer Marsman

Windows Development

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  • Blog Post: HTML5 Part 5: Resources, Websites, and Tools

    I hope that this week’s introduction to HTML5 has been useful.  Here’s what we covered: Semantic Markup and Page Layout Canvas Audio and Video Using HTML5 while retaining support for older browsers Resources, Websites, and Tools But also note that there’s a lot we didn’t cover: microdata, storage...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Part 4: Using HTML5 while retaining support for older browsers

    So far this week, we’ve discussed lots of cool new functionality in HTML5, including the new semantic elements , the canvas tag for drawing , and the audio and video support .  You may think that this stuff is really cool, but you can’t possibly adopt HTML5 when many of your users don’t have HTML5...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Part 3: Audio and Video

    One of the big features that is new in HTML5 is the ability to support playing audio and videos.  Prior to HTML5, you needed a plug-in like Silverlight or Flash for this functionality.  In HTML5, you can embed audio and video using the new <audio> and <video> tags.  From a...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Part 2: Canvas

    Another new element in HTML5 is the < canvas > tag.  It is essentially a blank surface for drawing.  You need to use JavaScript to manipulate and draw on the canvas.   You may want to give your canvas element an id attribute so that you can programmatically access it from your...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Part 1: Semantic Markup and Page Layout

    This week, I will be publishing a 5-part blog post series on HTML5.  This series is an introduction to HTML5 and some of the cool new functionality it provides.  In this first blog post, I’ll discuss semantic markup.  Semantic elements describe their meaning or purpose clearly to the browser...
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