Web Standards Update – HTML5 Support for the Visual Studio 2010 Editor

June 17, 2011 .NET, All, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, CSS 3, General, HTML, HTML5, Microsoft, VisualStudio, VS2010, Web No comments

Web Platform and Tools team  announced the Visual Studio Web Standards Update. This adds better support for HTML5, CSS3 and new JavaScript features to ALL versions of Visual Studio.

HTML5 moves fast, and this update will aim to keep up with it. It adds support to Visual Studio and the editor for HTML5, CSS3 and new JavaScript features.

Download the first Visual Studio Web Standards Update

To read about more additional features added by this update. Please read through Scott Hanselman’s Blog on  Announcing the Web Standards Update – HTML5 Support for the Visual Studio 2010 Editor

Reference links for HTML 5 and Browser’s Capabilities

May 22, 2011 All, CSS 3, General, HTML, HTML5, Mobile-Development, Web No comments

While in today’s discussion by Harish Ranganathan about HTML 5, I couldn’t recollect a website name that lists out demos of all HTML 5 capabilities and browser compatibilities. It’s a typical developer brain I have and I forgot the website name that moment to voice out.

http://www.html5demos.com Where you can see all demos and examples of HTML 5.

Hope this would be helpful for your guys to explore further.

http://www.html5test.com, will test your browser capabilities and show a report, what are all the capabilities your browser supports.

jQuery: » jQuery 1.5.1 Released

February 26, 2011 All, General, JavaScript, jQuery, Web No comments


Periodic Table of the HTML5 Elements

August 27, 2010 All, HTML, HTML5 No comments

Today i came across a blog by Josh Duck, where he have formulated a Nice periodic table of HTML5 Elements. How many of us are still remembering Chemistry periodic table about elements.  Exactly similar to that, but it’s about HTML5 elements.. Cool one !!!.
HTML5 Elements
The table below shows the 104 elements currently in the HTML5 working draft and two proposed elements (marked with an asterisk).

View Josh’s Periodic Table of HTML5 Elements

Good Work Josh!!!..

jQuery Mobile: Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets

August 22, 2010 All, HTML5, jQuery, JQuery Mobile, Mobile Frameworks, Mobile SDK, Smart Phones No comments

jQuery Mobile: Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets

A unified user interface system across all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation. Its lightweight code is built with progressive enhancement, and has a flexible, easily themeable design…

A light weight, with power of jQuery, cross platform- framework for Mobile Devices.. Cool!!!! Wait a second.. It’s just announced not ready yet, but in near future, some time at the end of  2010.

You can stay tune and get updates from the jQuery Mobile Web Site .. If you have time you could check the current “Mobile Support Grid” and also read about  jQuery mobile project  strategy..

Hope this was informative..

Have Fun!!!!  Happy Learning !!!!