HTML5 Archive

jQuery Europe 2013: Highlights

Last weekend we attended the jQuery Europe 2013 conference. Hosted by Gentics, the conference was held at the Palais Liechtenstein, a beautiful garden palace in Vienna’s 9th district. Needless to say, we have never attended a conference at a more stunning location: There was also a separate room for ad-hoc presentations, an XBOX360 Kinect station

Why Web Developers Should Start Forgetting About IE

As we all know there’s a big problem with older versions of Internet Explorer: They just render HTML/CSS-code wrong differently than state-of-the-art browsers. Luckily, things have changed: recent releases of IE (9 and especially 10) are really good browsers. There’s almost no need to optimize stuff for them any longer. Your code just works. But the overall cost of

New Adventures In HTML5: Part 2 (File API, Native Drag&Drop, Local Storage)

As developers we love building cutting-edge web apps for state-of-the-art browsers. Those are, fortunately, nowadays used be a vast majority of users (around 95% of all users in our 10 most recent projects). So for our newest project, we decided focusing on new technologies like HTML5 Canvas and the File API, among others. In this

New Adventures In HTML5: Part 1 (HTML5 Canvas)

As developers we love building cutting-edge web apps for state-of-the-art browsers. Those are, fortunately, nowadays used be a vast majority of users (around 95% of all users in our 10 most recent projects). So for our newest project, we decided focusing on new technologies like HTML5 Canvas and the File API, among others. In this