Posts Tagged ‘HTML5’

To Be Continue 36 Wonderful HTML 5 Demos

Adium-Awake-iconIn previous article: 15 HTML5 Demos Perfact Effect No Less Than Flash, we have introduced 15 perfect HTML 5 demos. You may think it’s not enough. Of course, now we have hand-picked another 36 wonderful HTML 5 demos. It may give you more inspiration to create own works. Let’s start now, hope you enjoy them.

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15 HTML5 Demos Perfact Effect No Less Than Flash

contextual-menu-iconIn previous article 30+ Useful HTML5 Tutorials For Web Designers, we have showed you how to create HTML5.  You have probably seen a bunch of tutorials or articles about HTML5 on design blogs recently, but did’t try to use it still now because most users will not be able to view it anyway. Now to motivate you,  we have picked up a few HTML5 demos that should make you want to start learning this new markup. You will see its capabilities no less than Flash.

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Vimeo Joined Apple Bandwagon Shunning Flash In Favor Of The New Embeddable HTML5 Video Player

vimeo-html5Though the popular video sharing service Vimeo introduced an HTML5-based video playback site in early 2010, recently it joined the Apple bandwagon, effectively shunning Flash in favor of the new embeddable HTML5 video player which is optimized for both the iPhone and iPad. User can emb videos with the new “Universal Player” now. Before this, YouTube has enhanced videos embed capability to support Adobe Flash and HTML5 Players.

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40+ Amazing Fresh Good Design Html5 Websites

html5-Internet-ExplorerAs the next major revision of HTML, HTML5 has been more and more popular. We can easily find many libraries like open source HTML5 video players, we also can  find more and more HTML5 based websites. Here is a fresh HTML5 websites collection to help web designers and developers of how to implement HTML5 into their sites.

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23+ Useful HTML5 Open Source Online Video Players & Libraries,

html5As we all know Apple CEO Pens 6 Points Blazing Assault On Adobe Flash and about 2 weeks ago, Google announced YouTube Enhance Videos Embed Capability To Support Flash and HTML 5 Players. No matter where you sit in the HTML5 or Flash, Flash has always been the standard for showing video on the web for the most part, however, as more and more mobile or web enabled devices gain traction in the market there will be increased demand for web developers designing sites using video, to build their sites accordingly.

The <video> element in HTML5 is a long-awaited and probably one of the most talked about feature. We can easily embed videos into web pages without any plugins, using the <video> element. Here are 23+ useful HTML5 video players/libraries which allow you to easily embed video into web pages and ensure backwards compatibility.

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YouTube Enhance Videos Embed Capability To Support Flash and HTML 5 Players

sigla-youtube YouTube has announced an enhancement to their video embed capability is now available through a new embed code style uses <iframe> tag., which supports HTML5 and fall back to Adobe Flash where HTML5 is not supported. Before this YouTube offered a Flash-based video palyer for embed videos, now, if you joined logged in to your Youtube account and had joined the HTML5 beta program, then you’ll see the HTML5 version instead of the Flash version.

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Sencha Or Adobe Flash, What’s The Future Of Mobile Apps Developers

sencha-touch Some days ago, a build of Adobe’s Air platform was leaked online, which allows deveopers to create AS3 projects to .apk apps for the android OS. And Motorola Droid X for Verizon will include Flash Player 10.1,  Flash Player 10.1 is expected to be available as a final production release for Motorola Droid X devices once users are able to upgrade to Android 2.2 “Froyo”. On the other hand, Sencha(previously known as ExtJS) has released the first HTML5 Mobile Application development framework: Sencha Touch.

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Not Yet Time For Regime Change, Adobe Flash Will Continue On YouTube

youtube-html5 Wed Jun 30, Google weighed the question of whether HTML5 is ready to replace Adobe Flash, The engineers at the YouTube(Google-owned), however, still prefer Flash. Google has confirmed that Adobe Flash will continue to "play a critical role" on YouTube, saying the fledgling HTML5 video tag doesn’t meet the site’s needs.

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