Tagged: html5

The HTML5 keygen element

The HTML5 keygen element

There is some confusion among users regarding the new HTML5 keygen element. The keygen element generates a public/private key pair and then creates a certificate request. Many users want to know the exact use...

Drawing Trees in Canvas

Drawing Trees in Canvas

Lately I’ve been experimenting with the new HTML5 Canvas element, and the best way to learn some new technology is to create something in it. For some time I’ve been dabbling in Processing and...

HTML 5 logo announced

HTML 5 logo announced

Now that people have slowly started implementing HTML 5 features in their sites they would like the world to know the same. W3C have released a set of logos you can stick on your...

Introducing HTML5 Web Workers

Introducing HTML5 Web Workers

One of the interesting and useful additions to the HTML5 standards is the support for Web Workers. Web Workers will help you design more responsive web applications then otherwise possible in the past. What...

Export Illustrator art to HTML5 canvas

Export Illustrator art to HTML5 canvas

AI-Canvas plug-in enables Adobe Illustrator to export vector and bitmap artwork to an HTML5 canvas element, which can then be rendered in a canvas-enabled browser. The plug-in provides drawing, animation and coding options such...

HTML 5: Learning the new standard

HTML 5: Learning the new standard

With HTML5 quickly making inroads in the web world, information relating to the workings of the same are on the increase. One resource I find quite useful and thorough is the one by Google...