Sessions at JSConf EU 2010 about HTML5 with slides

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Saturday 25th September 2010

  • HTML5 APIs - The New Frontier

    by Robert Nyman

    HTML5 is upon us and it offers a wide range of exciting possibilities when it comes to developing rich web interfaces. This talk will introduce you to a number of them and hopefully inspire you to create amazing things!

    At 10:15am to 11:00am, Saturday 25th September

  • If it moves they will watch it

    by Stephan Seidt and Sebastian Deutsch

    Doing animations in the dark ages of the internet led you to technologies like Flash, or even Java Applets. Early arcane magicians tried bending the will of the DOM to create shiny stuff. It felt wrong.

    With HTML5 two technologies arrived to fix that: Say hi to Canvas and SVG!

    Our talk will cover basic usage and use cases of both technologies. By showing demos and real world examples we'll try to give you an understanding of when to choose what. Eventually we will show you libraries based on Canvas or SVG which should save you some time.

    At 11:45am to 12:15pm, Saturday 25th September

Sunday 26th September 2010

  • The State of HTML5

    by Paul Irish

    HTML5 and friends have been getting implemented in browsers at an impressively quick pace. But that leaves us as web developers wondering, "Great, but how am I supposed to build cross-browser applications with these features when I still have to support IE".

    We'll take a look at what the landscape of implementable features are, detailing best practices of implementation and fallback solutions where appropriate. For example, how do you pair WebSockets with a standard comet stack and what do you have to watch out for.

    We'll also review your available feature set if you're only targeting webkit mobile, or if you've already given IE6 the boot.

    The data will be up-to-the-day accurate, covering all major browsers and filled with best practices from topic experts.

    At 11:00am to 11:30am, Sunday 26th September

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