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On the Cutting Edge with Adobe’s Edge

Brilliant review and poke-around at Adobe Edge on Nettuts+

I went in expecting to be dazzled by the splendor of canvas or SVG. After a look at the DOM, it’s quite apparent there isn’t even a tiny bit of either in there. Just to make sure, I did a quick search of the JavaScript files searching for the canvas related keyword, getContext . Needless to say, nothing turned up. The biggest blob of HTML5 here is the doctype. Sure, you can import SVG content but you can’t touch the markup so it’s a moo point.

Flatpress

I’m installing the Flatpress content management system onto my site now, just to have a look. Without a doubt, this looks very interesting.

Hopefully, this should kick me into gear and make me use it a lot more.

I’l also attempt to write my experiences down and hopefully post it on my professional, and highly unloved site

FlatPress is an open-source standard-compliant multi-lingual extensible blogging engine which does not require a DataBase Management System to work. You don’t need MySQL because FlatPress stores all of its content on text files. All you need is some web space supporting PHP4 (or later).

(Source: onethingwell)

9-bits:

rocketboom:

 Behold The Brand New HTML5 Logo

I actually quite like the branding effort, especially the generator which builds a custom badge depending on what technologies you’ve used. Also very proud of Sencha Touch being featured on the homepage, day one.

Absolutely – approve wholeheartedly!

9-bits:

rocketboom:

 Behold The Brand New HTML5 Logo

I actually quite like the branding effort, especially the generator which builds a custom badge depending on what technologies you’ve used. Also very proud of Sencha Touch being featured on the homepage, day one.

Absolutely – approve wholeheartedly!

Periodic Table of the (HTML5) Elements

cameronmoll:

Josh Duck put together a nicely designed table showing the 104 elements currently in the HTML5 working draft and two proposed elements. Bonus: Enter the URL for any site to see which elements are used, such as colosseotype.com.

css3watch:

A very cool presentation that explains and uses lots of CSS3 by Lea Verou
Use you right arrow key to progress

http://leaverou.me/ft2010/#intro

css3watch:

A very cool presentation that explains and uses lots of CSS3 by Lea Verou

Use you right arrow key to progress

http://leaverou.me/ft2010/#intro

(Source: css3watch)

This presentation is an HTML5 website

jayrobinson:

The coolest HTML5 presentation ever. Download Google Chrome to watch and enjoy.

Or Safari…