The slides from my presentation on Practical use of HTML5 for the DotNed user group. Practical html5 from Maurice Beijer The source code can be found here. There is an online demo version hosted on Azure websites here. Enjoy!
The slides and samples from the HTML5 talk I did yesterday at the DevelopMentor office in London. HTML5 from Maurice Beijer Enjoy!
Several people asked about getting the slides and samples from my HTML5 talk at the TechDays conference in the Netherlands. You can download the slides and the sample if you like. Enjoy! [f1] [f2]
De PowerPoint slides en de demo code van mijn HTML5 presentatie van gisteravond zijn nu beschikbaar. Voor de liefhebbers ook online via SlideShare. HTML5 Overview View more presentations from Maurice Beijer Met dank aan 4DotNet die de sponsor was van deze bijeenkomst. Enjoy! [f1] [f2]
Yesterday I blogged about using the new Server-Sent Events or the EventSource object to send messages from the server to the client. But what happens if I try to do this in a browser that doesn’t support Server-Sent Events? If I run the code from yesterday in Internet Explorer 9 I sill see the following error dialog: The reason is that IE 9 doesn’t support Server-Sent Events, see CanIUse.com, so it results in an Microsoft JScript runtime error: ‘EventSource’ is undefined exception HTML5 Feature detection In the old days if web development we used to check the browser the client … Continue reading HTML5 feature detection aka Modernizr