Our featured article for this month takes a look some promising HTML5 applications, all of which either work in modern browsers or will gracefully degrade in older browsers.
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Flotr2 is a library for drawing HTML5 charts and graphs. It can generate line graphs, bar charts, pie charts and bubble charts.
Very often HTML5 is coined as a successor to its previous version or even to Flash – but HTML5 is more than that. It can not only playback video and audio, but has native support for geolocation, offline storage, drag and drop, etc…
The developers at MIX Online Lab, has released an Adobe Illustrator plugin called Ai->Canvas that will allow you to convert your vector drawings and animation into HTML5’s canvas element.
It’s the right time to start experimenting with HTML5 and learn how to prepare your site for the future Web. In this article, we take a look at some of the new features of HTML5.