By Eric T Freeman, Elisabeth Robson
Here are only a number of the issues you’ll study in Head First HTML5 Programing:
Learn easy methods to make your pages actually interactive through the use of the facility of the DOM.
Use the Geolocation API to grasp the place your clients are.
Bring out your internal artist with Canvas, HTML5’s new second drawing surface.
Go past simply plugging a video into your pages, and create customized video experiences.
Learn the key to grabbing 5 megabytes of garage in each user’s browser.
Improve your page’s responsiveness and function with internet workers.
And even more.
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Réaliser des websites dynamiques en Flash avec ActionScript, MySQL et Hypertext Preprocessor (versions five ou 4). remark afficher sur web des données en temps réel, tels les résultats d'une élection ou le ranking d'un fit de tennis ? Grâce à Flash eight, Hypertext Preprocessor et MySQL, qui permettent de concevoir des interfaces internet graphiques et conviviales, couplées à des bases de données.
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And, if so, why are we bothering? A: The W3C is the standards body that formally recommends the HTML5 standard, and what you need to know about the W3C is that they are a conservative bunch, so conservative that they’d prefer to wait until a few generations of HTML5 browsers have come and gone before they give their signoff. That’s okay; the standard should be wrapped up in the next couple years and the browser makers are well on to their way to implementing it. So, yes, it may be quite a while before HTML5 is a “final recommendation,” but it’s expected to be a stable standard by 2014, and for all practical purposes you should get going now on HTML5.
If you don’t specify a doctype, some browsers may go into “quirks mode” and assume your web page is written for older browsers, when the standard wasn’t quite up to snuff, and may interpret your page incorrectly (or assume it’s just written incorrectly). Q: A: Whatever happened to XHTML? It seems like a few years ago that was the future. Yeah it was. Then flexibility won out over strict syntax, and in the process XHTML (XHTML 2, to be precise) died and HTML5 was born to be more accepting of the way people write web pages (and the way browsers render them).
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