HTML5rocks.com gets new studio and tutorials.
Google's HTML5-booster site, html5rocks.com added some new tools and demos for HTML5 adopters and people interested in the open Web standard. The html5rocks.com update includes a new visual studio and guides for HTML5 video, working with HTML5 in offline mode, optimizing webapps, Web Workers, and @font-face.
While the guides are straightforward, text-based tutorials, with some interactive examples thrown in for good measure, the studio features the kind of attention getting demos HTML5 has become known for.
The HTML5 studio features demos for dragging and dropping photos, playing podcasts through the browser, video picture-in-picture, page-turning and coverflow-like photo browsing animations, geolocation, and text formatting through the use of CSS3. Each demo can be downloaded and the source code viewed.
All demos can be viewed at studio.html5rocks.com.
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