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The Client Side #011

Trying it organised slightly different today – let me know what you think

Articles * Introduction to HTML5 Web Storage [http://sixrevisions.com/html/introduction-web-storage/] Lars Kappert introduces the Web Storage API, what it replaces, the options it offers and where to use it * Promise.js 2.0 – Promise Framework for JavaScript - inventive title - Site Home - MSDN Blogs [http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rbuckton/archive/2011/08/15/promise-js-2-0-promise-framework-for-javascript.aspx] Promise is a programming model that deals with deferred results in concurrent programming. The basic idea around promises are that rather than issuing a blocking call for a resource (IO, Network, etc.) you can immediately return a promise for a future value that will eventually be fulfilled. This allows you to write non-blocking logic that executes asynchronously without having to write a lot of synchronization and plumbing code. * HTML5 Forms input types, attributes and new elements – demos, tips and tricks - Robert’s talk [http://robertnyman.com/2011/08/16/html5-forms-input-types-attributes-and-new-elements-demos-tips-and-tricks/] Robert Nyman lists out and demonstrates the 13 new input types, 18 new attributes and 5 new elements in HTML5 forms. * Building the Account at a Glance HTML5/jQuery Application [http://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin/archive/2011/08/15/building-the-account-at-a-glance-html5-jquery-application.aspx] Dan Wahlin gives a fairly detailed overview of the “Account at a Glance” HTML5application started in MIX11 and now released for investigation.

Tutorials * HTML5 And The Document Outlining Algorithm [http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2011/08/16/html5-and-the-document-outlining-algorithm/] Derek Johnson looks at the Document Outlining Algorithm, how it should work against a HTML document using Heading content, Sectioning content, Untitled sections, sectioning roots, and untitled documents. * How To Use CSS nth-child [http://www.queness.com/community-news/8864/how-to-use-css-nth-child?] Paul demonstrates how to use the nth-child and last-child CSS selectors correctly. He uses several variants on nth-child to cover its various methods of use * Understanding “Prototypes” in JavaScript [http://yehudakatz.com/2011/08/12/understanding-prototypes-in-javascript/?] Yehuda Katz looks at Prototypes - objects using syntax defined in ECMAScript 5.1 * CSS3′s ‘space’ and ’round’ Values for background-repeat [http://www.impressivewebs.com/space-round-css3-background/] Louis Lazaris looks at the new space and round values for the background-repeat attribute and their justify / fill-like (proposed) behaviours. He also notes the support is awful, even when using Modernizr

Demos * How to Build a Fully Functional CSS3-Only Content Slider [http://speckyboy.com/2011/08/15/how-to-build-a-fully-functional-css3-only-content-slider/?] - Alexandre Smirnov * Create Pure CSS3 Ticket-Like Tags [http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/htmlcss-tutorials/quick-tip-create-pure-css3-ticket-like-tags/] – Ahmad Hania * Create a diagonal rotation with CSS transitions [http://www.netmagazine.com/node/1322?] - Josh Miller

Posted on August 16, 2011   #The Client Side  






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