At the moment I am working on what I think is a very cool project: a book on
There is so much news about HTML 5 that I thought I would use this blog to
kind of pull together some of the emerging features. If you are new to HTML
5, then let me give you the nickel tour.
HTML 4 and XHTML were the last official versions of the HTML language (you
know, that code you view when you right click in the Web browser and choose
"show code"). It has been 12 years since the last upgrade. In that time we
have had AJAX (or Ajax) for Web 2.0, Flash and SilverLight for Rich Internet
Applications and this thing called the iPhone that have all shaken up the way
we use the Web.
HTML 5 is a new standard that is taking the big picture, long term view of
what to do with Web development. The language has been cobbled together by
different groups including Google, Apple, Adobe and, ... (more)
The "Got Talent" franchise is world wide and is running in dozens of
countries (Simon Cowell must be making a fortune!!).
The Ukraine winner is Kseniya Simonova who won with this amazing animation.
If you look you will see that she is using only sand on top of a light
table. It is breathtaking.
In this article you will find out why Expression Web is setting a new
standard for Web design and next generation Web Application development.
What is the “gap” Expression Web is filling?
In 2006 Microsoft began releasing a series of designer focused tools. The big
question was: Why? Adobe has the best tools, doesn’t it? There is no doubt
that Adobe’s tools are very good, what is clear, however, is that Microsoft
is taking design seriously for this to be accomplished Microsoft does need
tools that work well with their own tools. An immediate designer’s pain
point for Microsoft is ... (more)
HTML 5 is making some things easier to use. The first is the DOCTYPE. Located
at the top of a Web page before the opening BODY tag, the DOCTYPE describes
the syntax for the page. The roots for the DOCTYPE lie in SGML. Bearing this
in mind, all DOCTYPES for HTML 4 and XHTML require a DTD (Document Type
Definition) to describe the content. This is all gone in HTML 5. Now, all you
have to do to declare that you are using HTML 5 as your DOCTYPE is add the
following to the root of your Web page:
That's it. Easy, huh?
Will Corporate America Embrace the iPhone?
Apple is a “change” company. Look at their track record: Mac II, iMac,
iPod and now the iPhone. What has not changed, however, is the view of Apple
a company that delivers only consumer based products. Apple simply is not
perceived as an Enterprise company. Apple is working to change this
perception. It is a slow process but something came along to change the pace:
Enterprise Tools coming to the iPhone
Apple is looking to “wow” the professional market. For this to be
successful, Apple meet certain base criteria. For instance... (more)