Posts Tagged css 3.0

railsconf2011: tutorial day HTML5 beyind the buzzword

Although I have worked with html5 before this. But picking between rails for zombies (done), legacy updating (done) and a free form FOSS work… I choose the HTML5 tut just for the fun of it.

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scaling a website for devices using css3

it has always been a challenge for web developers and designers to create a website that works on both desktop and mobile. Although the current day mobile devices have left their ancestors way behind them in may ways it is still a fact that the screens are smaller and the input devices are different. How do we solve that issue in one website?

I know mobile compatible websites are not new. Know setups like redirecting mobile traffic to a sub domain that has a mobile optimized website is fairly common. But you still have to maintain two sets of HTML, two sets of css and two set’s of javascript. What if we could make a website that is optimized for mobile and desktop without switching to another physical website to do it!?

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workshop: HTML5

Today I gave a workshop about HTML5 as a continuation of the talk about HTML5 & CCS 3.0 I gave in April at the year conference of OGD.

Today’s format was a workshop. The goal is to inform attendees about HTML5 technology and get them started with actually creating things in HTML5. The format allowed me to give a small talk and after that I gave the attendees an assignment they could work on.

The workshop was held on the 21st of July from 20:00 at OGD Utrecht. (this post is automatically posted just after the workshop started so the attendees could find the presentation).

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talk: HTML 5.0 & CSS 3.0

Friday April 2nd I gave a short talk about HTML 5.0 and CSS 3.0 during the yearly conference of OGD. In this talk I gave a short introduction into the new standards of HTML 5.0 and CSS 3.0. This talk was given for the developers at OGD.

I gave a short look into the history of the two standards, what there core principles are and how they could be used. The talk was intended to spark the interest of the attending developers and initiate them to learn more about the new standard.

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