This will be the first of a series of blog posts to help someone new to HTML5 development. The first item to address is: What is meant by the term HTML5? I like to think of it as “Triple S” or SSS.
Source refers to the HTML markup itself, the tags.
Style refers to the inline styles and/or modules from CSS3.
For an introduction to these terms in slightly more detail, please read the first article I co-authored with Daniel Egan.
I am excited to announce that the in-depth HTML5 series of articles that Daniel Egan and I are co-authoring made it’s first article debut!
Here are the resources for the Web Camp HTML5 in Irvine, CA:
Friday June 10th is the date of the Web Camp HTML5 Event in Colorado Springs, CO.
[Download HTML5/CSS3 demo code!]
I presented on HTML5 & CSS3 with Scott Stanfield today in Silicon Valley. Presenting with Scott was a blast! I was very entertained and the audience (including those watching in overflow room via streaming video) appeared to enjoy the sessions as well. One personal favorite was a link Scott provided about the future of HTML (30 second video at bottom of page is worth watching).
One question that was asked a lot was: “Where can we get a list of all the resources presented today?” As promised, this is the list you are looking for:
Get a quick daily snap-shot of developer topics…
Please join me at an HTML5 Web Camp near you! (Registration links below)
Keep hearing about HTML5? If you are a serious web developer or designer, you owe it to yourself to learn this new technology as soon as possible. One way to get a fantastic jumpstart is by attending an HTML5 Web Camp! This free one day event is an opportunity to connect with designers and developers and show you how you can start using HTML5 immediately.
An HTML5 Web Camp event is a unique opportunity, partnering classroom learning and hands-on-labs, and leveraging experts to help you build modern websites for today and beyond. The following topics will be considered at the upcoming HTML5 Web Camps:
- Overview of HTML5 and related technologies
- Development of web sites using new HTML5 syntax
- Adding Video, Sound, and Animations With HTML5
- HTML5 and today’s modern browsers
- Real-world scenarios for HTML5
June 10, 2011 Colorado Springs, Co
June 23, 2011 Irvine, CA
J. Michael Palermo IV
Dr. Doris Chen