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DOM, HTML5, & CSS3 Performance by Paul Irish (Video)

A very informative video by Paul Irish on how to code fast performant websites with DOM, HTML5, and CSS3. Paul Irish is a lead developer of Modernizr, CSS3 Please and HTML5 Boilerplate (creator). In this 30min video he covers: Reflows, what they are and how to avoid them Hardware accelerated CSS, how to trigger it Letting the browser optimize animation for you with requestAnimationFrame Web Workers Benchmarking Build ... Read More »

HTML5 & CSS3 Update for Visual Studio 2010

Finally! HTML5 & CSS3 standards support for Visual Studio 2010. Download it now! HTML5 VS Web Standards Update provides you intellisense and validation for most common HTML 5 features like: [wpcol_1half id="" class="" style=""] Video & related tags Audio & related tag New input types like email, url, date etc Drag & Drop support [/wpcol_1half] [wpcol_1half_end id="" class="" style=""] Accessibility ... Read More »

Schema.org – Marking up your Site to a Better Contextual Search

Schema.org provides a collection of schemas, i.e., html tags, that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines including Bing, Google and Yahoo! rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages. This is something similar to Sitemaps.org. Schema.org predefines a ... Read More »

Improvements from Symbian Anna

Symbian Anna is the first major software update from Nokia. The newly release Nokia E6 and X7 will come with Symbian Anna, and updates for the rest of the Symbian^3 phones, namely Nokia N8, C7, C6-01 and E7 will be made available in Q3/2011. Symbian Anna comes with the following improvements from Symbian^3: New icons, enhanced usability New squircle style ... Read More »

Previewing the new Windows 8 User Interface (Video)

This first video of Windows 8 – Building “Windows 8″ – is a series of videos over the next few months showcasing the new features of Windows 8. In this video, it shows the first look of the new Windows 8 user interface (UI) which covers the following features: Fast launching of apps from a tile-based Start screen, which replaces ... Read More »

Lorempixum – A Loremipsum-like Image Placeholder

Lorempixum is an image placeholder generator similar to Loremipsum text placeholder but for images. Just put a custom url in your html and you receive a proper placeholder picture! It’s very useful for web designers to put actual random images rather than the usual image boxes to see how it actually looks like with an actual image. Check it out ... Read More »

Introducing HTC Flyer (Video)

HTC posted this new video on HTC Flyer describing the features and unique qualities of the HTC Flyer, HTC’s 7″ Tablet device running a new version of Gingerbread. Features are as follows: Aluminium unibody design Big screen you can take anywhere (7″) Unlock the all new HTC Sense experience Video playback support (Flash + HTML 5) HTC Scribe Technology (capacitive ... Read More »

Play Master Of The Web Game with Internet Explorer 9

Internet Explorer 9 is one of the biggest step for Internet Explorer, the widely used browser, offering various improvements to enhance the experience of the web. Notably: Site-Pinning, Jump-Lists, Aero-snap Enhanced GPU acceleration making amazing graphics possible Tracking Protection and SmartScreen malware protection Now, you can win some prizes by installing Internet Explorer 9 on your Windows 7 machine and ... Read More »

Convert a Unicode encoded HTML String to a Decoded String

This is my little research today for some work I’m helping out. So you have a Unicode encoded HTML string (or url), e.g. “津津有味”, that you want to convert to an actual unicode string, in this case “津津有味”, but you don’t have the trusty use of HtmlUtility.HtmlDecode or anything on hand (for example you’re using the compact framework like myself). ... Read More »