HTML5: Vibration API

HTML5 has been a breath of fresh air for the web, which hasn't only affected the web as we know it. HTML5 provides a number of APIs that enable developers to create interactive websites and improve the user experience on mobile devices. In this article, we'll take a closer look at the Vibration API.

HTML5 Data Bindings SEO Manual

In this article you'll find all the needed information to work with  HTML5 Data Bindings SEO PHP/ASP extension. It features video tutorials and a step by step explanation on how to insert the extension on your page as well as how to test the result as Google bot. If you experience any troubles, please refer your questions to the extension Forums or our Live support.

Setting Up JSHint

Regardless of the language you're programming in, we always want to try to produce clean, concise, and correct code. This is a sign of a good programmer and it lets you know your apps are running properly. Linting helps with this by analyzing your code and highlighting common issues regarding syntax and coding conventions based on best practices.

HTML5: Battery Status API

The number of people browsing the web using mobile devices grows every day. It's therefore important to optimize websites and web applications to accommodate mobile visitors. The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is well aware of this trend and has introduced a number of APIs that help with this challenge. In this article, Aurelio De Rosa will introduce you to one of these APIs, the Battery Status API.

Using CreateJs: PreloadJS, SoundJS, and TweenJS

In the first part of this series about using CreateJs, we had a look at EaselJs. In this second and last part, we will look at PreloadJs, SoundJs, and TweenJs. PreloadJS is a library that lets you manage and co-ordinate the loading of assets. PreloadJS makes it easy to preload your assets, like images, sounds, JS, data, and others. It uses XHR2 to provide real progress information when available or fall back to tag-loading and eased progress when it is not. It allows multiple queues, multiple connections, pausing queues, and a lot more.

An Effective Style Guide With Adobe Fireworks

Joshua Mauldin started with style guides like any other obsessive-compulsive designer: with the desire to make it simple to maintain and grow a design. Plus, knowing which component to use in a given situation is nice, too, right? Since making this a regular practice, he has found it’s been like having a nice combination of a CSS class and a pattern library all in one.

Using CreateJS - EaselJS

In this tutorial we will be exploring the CreateJS suite of libraries. CreateJS is suite of JavaScript libraries and tools for building rich, interactive experiences with HTML5. The CreateJS suite is divided into four libraries - EaselJS - Makes working with HTML5 canvas easy; TweenJS - For tweening HTML5 and JavaScript properties; SoundJS - Lets you easily work with HTML5 audio; and PreloadJS - Lets you manage and coordinate loading of assets.

DMXzone Bootstrap 3 Elements Manual

In this article we'll go through all the 37 elements that are included in DMXzone Bootstrap 3 Elements extension and how to use them. You can simply follow the video tutorials and learn how to access each element in Dreamweaver as well as customize it. If you have any other questions, please use the extension support forums or contact us via Live Support. Note that DMXzone Bootstrap 3 Elements works only with DMXzone Bootstrap 3 extension.

Pragmatic UX Techniques For Smarter Websites

What is “User Experience Design” exactly? Should you not start it unless you are fully dedicated, or should you embrace it in the process as soon as possible? Are all designers also user experience designers, or is it a separate expertise? The debate is as old as the discipline itself, and while picking up a bucket of popcorn, sitting back and watching the drama is sometimes fun, let’s try to figure out which user experience techniques are useful for startups, in-house teams, big corporations and anyone who wants to improve their website, product or service.

Creating Brackets Extensions

A little while ago Raymond Camden wrote about the recent updates to the Brackets editor. Brackets is an open source project focused on web standards and built with web technologies. It has a narrow focus and therefore may not have a particular feature you’ve come to depend upon. Luckily, Brackets ships with a powerful extension API that lets you add any number of new features. In this article, he's going to discuss this API and demonstrate how you can build your own extensions.

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