Jul
29
2011
css3 // html5 // script

What is the SSS in HTML5?

html5This will be the first of a series of blog posts to help someone new to HTML5 development.  The first item to address is:  What is meant by the term HTML5?  I like to think of it as “Triple S” or SSS.

  • Source
  • Style
  • Script

Source refers to the HTML markup itself, the tags.

Style refers to the inline styles and/or modules from CSS3.

Script refers to the development aspect of HTML5 with Javascript.

For an introduction to these terms in slightly more detail, please read the first article I co-authored with Daniel Egan.

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Jun
23
2011

Web Camp HTML5 – Irvine, CA

webcampsHere are the resources for the Web Camp HTML5 in Irvine, CA:

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Jun
10
2011
css3 // event // html5 // webcamp

Web Camp HTML5 - Colorado Springs, CO

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Friday June 10th is the date of the Web Camp HTML5 Event in Colorado Springs, CO.

[Download HTML5/CSS3 demo code!]

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May
20
2011
css3 // download // event // html5 // IE

Web Camp Anchor HTML5 & CSS3 Resources

webcampdemositeI presented on HTML5 & CSS3 with Scott Stanfield today in Silicon Valley.  Presenting with Scott was a blast!  I was very entertained and the audience (including those watching in overflow room via streaming video) appeared to enjoy the sessions as well.  One personal favorite was a link Scott provided about the future of HTML (30 second video at bottom of page is worth watching).

One question that was asked a lot was: “Where can we get a list of all the resources presented today?”  As promised, this is the list you are looking for:

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