Showing posts with label html5. Show all posts
Showing posts with label html5. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Jerryblogger.com is re-opened!

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Jerryblogger.com is re-opened after a day of server down. We are back now!
We will keep posting the newest infomation of the Web for the Web!


Monday, October 14, 2013

Notepad++ 6.5 is released

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Notepad++ is a free (as in "free speech" and also as in "free beer") source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages. Running in the MS Windows environment, its use is governed by GPL License. Based on the powerful editing component Scintilla, Notepad++ is written in C++ and uses pure Win32 API and STL which ensures a higher execution speed and smaller program size. By optimizing as many routines as possible without losing user friendliness, Notepad++ is trying to reduce the world carbon dioxide emissions. When using less CPU power, the PC can throttle down and reduce power consumption, resulting in a greener environment.

Notepad is really good for Developers. It is one of the most powerful tool for doing html5.
 Let's Direct Download it NOW!

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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Jerry Shum Yuk Hoi Personal blogger blog

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Jerry Shum Jerry Shum Yuk Hoi Personal blogger blog  is created!
go have a look!

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

what is aaaaaaaaa*bcd* ?

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Introduction of aaaaaaaaa*bcd*


What is "aaaaaaaaa*bcd*"?

Today, when I logged in the Google Analytics to check out Jerry Blogger's traffic source and stuff, I found a very weird key, which is [aaaaaaaaa*bcd*]. Moreover, a good amount of web traffic source is from this key word -- aaaaaaaaa*bcd*
So, I looked up the web and I found....

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

NetBeans IDE 7.4 Release Candidate 2 is released! It is html5 Supported.

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NetBeans IDE 7.4 Release Candidate 2 Information

NetBeans IDE 7.4 extends the advanced HTML5 development support introduced in NetBeans IDE 7.3 to Java EE and PHP application development, while offering new support for hybrid HTML5 application development on the Android and iOS platforms. In addition, this release provides support for working with preview versions of JDK 8, and includes continued enhancements to JavaFX, C/C++ and more.
NetBeans IDE 7.4 Release Candidate is available in English, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Simplified Chinese.

Get NetBeans IDE 7.4 Release Candidate 2

Friday, October 04, 2013

Introduction to HTML5 Boilerplate

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The web’s most popular front-end template

HTML5 Boilerplate helps you build fast, robust, and adaptable web apps or sites. Kick-start your project with the combined knowledge and effort of 100s of developers, all in one little package.




Save time. Create with confidence.

Analytics, icons, and more

A lean, mobile-friendly HTML template; optimized Google Analytics snippet; placeholder touch-device icons; and docs covering dozens of extra tips and tricks.

Normalize.css and helpers

Includes Normalize.css v1 — a modern, HTML5-ready alternative to CSS resets — and further base styles, helpers, media queries, and print styles.

jQuery and Modernizr

Get the latest minified versions of two best-of-breed libraries: jQuery (via Google’s CDN, with local fallback) and the Modernizr feature detection library.

High performance

Apache settings to help you deliver excellent site performance. We independently maintain server configs, a node build script, and an ant build script.

Who uses HTML5 Boilerplate?



Monday, January 24, 2011

PHP Tutorial: Pecl vs Pear VS pecl

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PHP Tutorial: Pecl vs Pear vs PECL


"Pecl is a repository of PHP extensions, while
PEAR is a repository of PHP classes.

Extensions are written in C and included into PHP, while classes are written in PHP and included into your code.

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Friday, January 21, 2011

W3C Introduces an HTML5 Logo

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W3C Introduces an HTML5 Logo

18 January 2011 | Archive
html5 logo

W3C unveiled today an HTML5 logo, a striking visual identity for the open web platform. W3C encourages early adopters to use HTML5 and to provide feedback to the W3C HTML Working Group as part of the standardization process. Now there is a logo for those who have taken up parts of HTML5 into their sites, and for anyone who wishes to tell the world they are using or referring to HTML5, CSS, SVG, WOFF, and other technologies used to build modern Web applications. The logo home page includes a badge builder (which generates code for displaying the logo), a gallery of sites using the logo, links for buying an HTML5 T-shirt, instructions for getting free stickers, and more. The logo is available under "Creative Commons 3.0 By" so it can be adapted by designers to meet their needs. See also the HTML5 logo FAQ and learn more about HTML5.

Thursday, December 02, 2010

HTML5 Demos and Examples

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HTML 5 experimentation and demos I've hacked together. Click on the browser support icon or the technology tag to filter the demos (the filter is an OR filter).
Introducing HTML


Demo Support Technology
dataset (data-* attributes) ie: none firefox: none opera: none safari: nightly chrome: live dataset
History API using pushState ie: none firefox: nightly opera: none safari: live chrome: live history
Drag files directly into your browser Not directly part of HTML5 ie: none firefox: live opera: none safari: none chrome: nightly file-api dnd
Simple chat client ie: none firefox: nightly opera: nightly safari: live chrome: live websocket
Two videos playing in sync ie: nightly firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live video
Interactive canvas gradients ie: nightly firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live canvas
Canvas & Video ie: nightly firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live video canvas
Video ie: nightly firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live video
Canvas ie: nightly firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live canvas
Content Editable ie: live firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live contenteditable storage
Geolocation Works on Safari Mobile too ie: none firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live geolocation
postMessage same domain ie: live firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live postMessage
postMessage cross domain ie: live firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live postMessage
drag and drop ie: live firefox: live opera: none safari: live chrome: live dnd
drag anything ie: live firefox: live opera: none safari: live chrome: live dnd
offline detection Works on Safari Mobile too ie: none firefox: live opera: live safari: none chrome: none offline events
navigator.onLine tests Doesn't use events, only polls ie: live firefox: live opera: live safari: none chrome: none offline
on/offline event tests ie: none firefox: live opera: live safari: none chrome: none offline events
offline application using the manifest FF 3.6 is still buggy - doesn't request manifest after initial load ie: none firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live offline manifest
Storage ie: live firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live storage
Web SQL Database Storage ie: none firefox: none opera: live safari: live chrome: live sql-database
Web SQL Database - rollback test ie: none firefox: none opera: live safari: live chrome: live sql-database
Web Workers watch out - uses a lot of CPU! example without - will hang your browser ie: none firefox: live opera: live safari: live chrome: live workers