Hope everyone’s good today. We seem to be enjoying the hottest day of summer so far…
- Downloading resources in HTML5: a[download]
Eric Bidelman looks at the new download attribute on a elements, its purpose, benefits and what browsers currently supports it
- HTML5 Part 2: Canvas
Jennifer Marsman presses on with this week’s post series looking at HTML5 features, taking a look in this post at the HTML5 Canvas, showing a simple drawing example using the canvas, and looking at canvas compared to SVG.
- Return of the Loading Bar: Are CSS3 and HTML5 the New Flash?
Joshua Johnson looks at CSS3 and HTML5 as replacements for Flash and discusses why in some regards they are coming a little close to hitting the same pain points as their predecessor
- The future of CSS layouts
Peter Gasston looks at what CSS3 has to offer for content layout beyond floats and relative positioning. He looks at the multi-columns module, the flexible box layout module, the grid layout module, the template layout module, positioned floats, CSS exclusions and CSS regions
- 7 Chrome Tips Developers & Designers May Not Know
- jQuery CSS3 3D Animation
Richard Leggett documents the sticking points he encountered while building a jQuery extension which adds support for modifying and animating CSS tranformations in 2D and 3D. He covers browser support, filters, blend modes, performance, animation and transitions. A demo of his extension is also available.
- Video: "HTML5 and CSS3: Exploring Mobile Possibilities"
The London Ajax User Group has released a video of Robert Nyman's presentation from their last meeting
A CSS grid framework supporting up to 12 columns using media queries to promote responsive web design in its users. Columnal is a cross between cssgrid.net and 960.gs. Version 0.7 has just been released