Category Archives: HTML5

Using semantic HTML, why you should…

Terry Ryan posted a nice article serving as an introduction to semantic HTML…

Check it out….
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/html5/articles/semantic-markup.html

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Introducing Adobe & HTML

With so many exciting things happening at all levels of the web “stack”, Adobe wanted to create a single place where everything they are working on can be shared with the community to improve what is possible on the web and simplify how wen professionals work with HTML, CSS, SVG and JavaScript. It is here that you can find up-to-date information about all of the different HTML projects Adobe is working on, discover which events that will be worth attending, and find out how you can join Adobe in making the web better.

You can read the introductory statement…
http://blogs.adobe.com/webplatform/2012/04/23/proudly-introducing-adobe-html/

…or you can head directly over to the new site… more resources will be added in the near future making this a very promising portal to learn about Adobe’s HTML initiatives…
http://html.adobe.com/

One I personally find particularly interesting is the statement under Tools & Services…

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We think there’s a need for a different type of code editor – we’re working on something and will have more to share soon.

UPDATE on May 3rd 2012: Check out this announcement on the emergence of “Adobe Brackets”
http://blog.petermolgaard.com/2012/05/02/introducing-adobe-brackets-a-new-htmlcssjavascript-code-ide/

However, check it out… its all good stuff and could potentially make your life as a web professional easier and more fun…

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Introducing FlashJS… another promising mediator between Flash and HTML5

FlashJS was born at the crossroad of HTML / CSS and beautiful Flash objective model that is known by many interactive developers and fits great for game development.

This library allows to develop HTML5 games and applications in the way that is similar to ordinary AS3 development. FlashJS was designed to show maximum perfomance for HTML/CSS platforms.

Check it out…
http://www.flashjs.com/

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