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HTML5 for Developers LiveLessons (Video Training), Downloadable Version

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Lesson 1

Lesson 1: Introducing HTML5, Downloadable Version

This lesson defines just what HTML5 is. We will review a bit of history to see how HTML5 was created, and viewers will learn about why Web developers should care about HTML5 and what it can do for web sites and mobile applications. Also, we'll look at some demos,  introduce concepts that will be covered in more detail throughout the series and discuss browser support -- and what to do about browsers that aren't up to speed.

Duration: 01:02:15  File Size: 131 MB

Lesson 2

Lesson 2: Basics of Browser Detection, Downloadable Version

Before you can take advantage of a new HTML5 feature, you have to make sure a given browser can support it. This section will cover the basics of detection as well as getting the most out of rocking cool libraries like Modernizer. We'll also look at just what to do when a browser *doesn't* support a feature you're trying to leverage.

Duration: 00:21:28  File Size: 50 MB

Lesson 3

Lesson 3: New Input Types for Web Forms, Downloadable Version

HTML5 introduces new input types along with features like placeholder text and autofocus that we've been hacking around for years. In this lesson we'll review those features and also talk about client side validation - even if JavaScript is disabled.

Duration: 00:31:37  File Size: 52 MB

Lesson 4

Lesson 4: New Semantic Elements, Downloadable Version

Along with a new human type-able doctype, HTML5 introduces several new semantic elements. Recognizing that nearly every website in existence has a header, a footer and some navigation divs, HTML5 gives us a header, a footer and a nav element along with a few others.

Duration: 00:18:27  File Size: 31 MB

Lesson 5

Lesson 5: Using Canvas, Downloadable Version

One of the most exciting features of HTML5 is the canvas, a space you can use to draw anything from shapes to text to, well, anything! From basic drawing to graphs to full fledged games, canvas opens up a whole new world of possibility -- a world sans browser plugins.

Duration: 00:21:09  File Size: 42 MB

Lesson 6

Lesson 6: Geolocation, Downloadable Version

Today's mobile phones can tell you where you are and, more importantly, where to find the closest dark chocolate skim mocha. Though technically a separate spec, most consider it a part of the HTML5 package. In this segment, we'll talk about the API and how you can use it to add that extra touch to your applications.

Duration: 00:22:15  File Size: 45 MB

Lesson 7

Lesson 7: Local Storage and the Offline API, Downloadable Version

Web apps are, in many cases, indistinguishable from their thick client brethren. Thanks to local storage and the offline API, all is not lost - you can create a web app that works offline.

Duration: 00:17:30  File Size: 31 MB

Lesson 8

Lesson 8: Web Sockets and Web Workers, Downloadable Version

Ajax is like so many things in the web world - a simple (but very powerful) hack that isn't defined by a spec. With the advent of the web socket API, we'll finally have a native way to have bi-directional communication with the server. As we create richer and richer clients, we're writing more and more JavaScript. While the JS engines are getting faster and faster, there are cases where it'd be very handy to run scripts in the background. Web workers give us just such an opportunity.

Duration: 00:35:02  File Size: 65 MB

Lesson 9

Lesson 9: Other Key HTML5 Features, Downloadable Version

HTML5 can be a bit of a grab bag of features and elements representing what the typical web developer does day in and day out. While canvas, forms and the new elements garner the lion's share of attention, things like microdata may prove to be just as important.

Duration: 00:27:31  File Size: 47 MB

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  • Copyright 2012
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-276171-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-276171-0

4+ Hours of Video Instruction

HTML5 for Developers LiveLessons is a complete video training course introducing you to the fundamentals of working with HTML5, the fifth revision of the markup language used for structuring and presenting content on the Internet.

HTML expert Nate Schutta offers 4 hours of instruction designed to show novice programmers the importance of HTML5 and how to leverage it in the web applications being built today. This set of training videos will explain what HTML5 is (and isn't) and demonstrate the new elements that HTML5 brings to the table. Schutta introduces key concepts, shows you how to detect browser support and how to build sophisticated Web forms. He also breaks down the new semantic elements as well. This training does not assume any experience with HTML and is the perfect way to get to know the language’s key features.

    1: Introducing HTML5
    2: Basics of Browser Detection
    3: New Input Types for Web Forms
    4: New Semantic Elements
    5: Using Canvas
    6: Geolocation
    7: Local Storage and the Offline API
    8: Web Sockets and Web Workers
    9: Other Key HTML5 Features

Lesson 1:

Introducing HTML defines just what HTML5 is. We will review a bit of history to see how HTML5 was created, and viewers will learn about why Web developers should care about HTML5 and what it can do for web sites and mobile applications. Also, we'll look at some demos, introduce concepts that will be covered in more detail throughout the series and discuss browser support -- and what to do about browsers that aren't up to speed.

Lesson 2:

Basics of Browser Detection will cover the basics of detection as well as getting the most out of rocking cool libraries like Modernizer. We'll also look at just what to do when a browser *doesn't* support a feature you're trying to leverage.

Lesson 3:

New Input Types for Web Forms will review new input types introduced by HTML5 along with features like placeholder text and autofocus that we've been hacking around for years. This lesson will also discuss how to do client side validation - even if JavaScript is disabled.

Lesson 4:

New Semantic Elements discusses the header, footer, and nav elements introduced in HTML5 as well as a new human type-able doctype and other semantic elements.

Lesson 5:

Using Canvas will review one of the most exciting features of HTML5 -- the canvas, a space you can use to draw anything from shapes to text to, well, anything! From basic drawing to graphs to full-fledged games, canvas opens up a whole new world of possibility -- a world sans browser plugins.

Lesson 6:

Geolocation will examine the Geolocation API and how it can be used to add an extra touch in your applications.

Lesson 7:

Local Storage and the Offline API will look at how you create a web app that works offline using HTML5.

Lesson 8:

Web Sockets and Web Workers will review the web socket API, which gives programmers a native way to have bi-directional communication with the server. As we create richer and richer clients, we're writing more and more JavaScript. Further, while the JS engines are getting faster and faster, there are cases where it'd be very handy to run scripts in the background. Web workers give us just such an opportunity.

Lesson 9:

Other Key HTML5 Featureswill discusses several features and elements in the spec that may not be as flashy as canvas and forms but may prove to be just as important.

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