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  • Blog Post: Getting Started on Line-of-Business HTML5 App – Part 2 Setting Up Your Development Environment

    I have a new project that I wanted to do in HTML5. I wanted the user to be able to register on Windows Phone and other phones and in browsers and in Windows 8. In Getting Started on Line-of-Business HTML5 App -- Part 1 Starting Up With New Semantic Tags , I got a quick view of some of the new HTML5...
  • Blog Post: Fourth Preview for IE10 Delivers Faster Rendering

    An updated platform preview of IE10 for the Windows Developer Preview is now available for download . This IE10 preview adds even more support for HTML5 technologies, enabling richer Web applications with significantly improved performance. IE10’s hardware acceleration of technologies like SVG...
  • Blog Post: Web Camp Training for HTML5 Now on Video

    HTML5 Web Camp Videos now available. HTML5 is the arguably the hottest topic in web development communities around the world. Over the course of one year, it has evolved from a “novelty” discussion to a serious development platform. And the impact of HTML5 is manifesting itself across...
  • Blog Post: Code Walkthroughs Show How to Write Interactive Graphics in HTML5, SVG, JavaScript

    If you are interested in seeing how gaming applications are written in HTML5 and JavaScript, take a look at these two posts. Each post includes an overview and code walkthrough. Dan Catuhe has written a couple posts that shows how you can use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to build graphically interactive...
  • Blog Post: Leverage the Windows Summit 2010 to Learn More About IE9

    The Windows Summit is a for those that want to build solutions with Internet Explorer 9 and/or those that test Windows 7 PCs, devices, and software. The team has just posted IE9 sessions that highlight the latest web platform capabilities in IE9. There are eight presentation s that cover many aspects...
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