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Posts tagged with: HTML5

WebViews in Android Versions <= 1.6
From what I understand: Native JSON methods don’t exist. Web SQL Database and Web Storage (things like localStorage, etc) aren’t supported. More as I find them. What do this all mean? In short, good luck making an advanced HTML5 web app for Android versions below 2.0, which unfortunately is still many devices. Read more – ‘WebViews in Android Versions <= 1.6’.
At the Dutch GTUG HTML5 Hackathon I decided to make an HTML5 TV. My HTML5 TV uses a whole grab bag of hot web features:  CSS 3, SVG, the canvas element, the video element, and HTTP live streaming video. In theory the TV works in all of the most recent versions of the Safari browser variants. […] Read more – ‘HTML5 TV’.
HTML5 Video Transformation
This week I’ve been messing around with the HTML5 video element and have discovered you can do some pretty cool stuff. For instance, Mozilla shows how to do greenscreen image replacement while a video is played. This is very cool but there’s an annoying intermediate step required: since you cannot directly fetch raw frame image […] Read more – ‘HTML5 Video Transformation’.
Google says it very succinctly: “HTML5 and WebKit pave the way for mobile web applications.” HTML5 is coming and it has a lot of interesting features, from audio and video support to local storage. Combine this with the fact that web apps are a particularly attractive way to reach many mobile platforms and the WebKit […] Read more – ‘HTML5’.