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HTML5 Zone - A Dojo for Web Ninjas

10.05.2011
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The Web as a platform is changing faster every day—blink, and you're behind.  

Just look at the version numbers of browsers lately.  This year we started with IE9, Chrome 8, and Firefox 4.  Next year, we could see IE11, Chrome 20, and Firefox 12.  The rate of change is astounding.

This is why today, we are introducing a new microzone called the HTM5 Zone.  While Web Builder Zone covers a wider gamut of the web world, the HTML5 Zone will contain content that is focused solely on emerging web standards under the HTML5 umbrella as well as ECMAScript (5 and above), CSS3, and other new W3C standards that aren't technically under the HTML5 umbrella.



You can now discover, discuss, and share all of the great content currently in the HTML5 Zone.  Be sure to visit the homepage daily (or just bookmark the page or add the RSS) and keep up with our daily stream of relevant content.

Don't be afraid to contribute your voice as well!

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Mitch Pronschinske replied on Wed, 2011/10/05 - 2:06pm

So I'd love to hear from you about what kinds of specific tutorials, discussions, and research you'd hope to see in the HTML5 zone.  What content on the web have you seen that is strong, and what is weak?

Some ideas:
Which W3C standards still need work and which don't?
Review of the security concerns in Web Sockets and other HTML5 standards
SVG and Canvas, WebDB and IndexedDB, do we need both?

Otengi Miloskov replied on Wed, 2011/10/05 - 9:54pm in response to: Mitch Pronschinske

Great stuff, I would like to see more about canvas, GUI frameworks, yeah websockets, json and html5, css3 tutorials etc.

Cancel Bubble replied on Thu, 2011/10/06 - 12:07pm

Is there a separate RSS feed for the HTML5 Zone?  I only see the frontpage feed.

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