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Interactive Animation with CSS Sprites like Google’s Jim Henson Doodle On 24th September, Google plaster its home page with a innovative Doodle in signify Jim Henson’s 75th Birthday. It created vibes around the world because of interactive nature, even we featured it in our site (www.fore6.com/?p=506). Since that day I was planning to put a post on how that’s done! so here we go.
Testing Your Web Apps: A Quick 10-Step Guide Interested in a quick checklist for testing a web application? The following 10 steps cover the most critical items that I have found important in making sure a web application is ready to be deployed. Depending on size, complexity, and corporate policies, modify the following steps to meet your specific testing needs.
HD Video Experiences on the Web In this Adobe Max 2009 presentation, video expert Robert Reinhardt discusses the tools and techniques used to deliver compelling HD video experiences on the web. Topics covered include how to leverage the Adobe Flash platform, HD video encoding considerations, and examples of websites that are using HD video effectively
Quick Tip: Web Video Dimensions Deciding on the right video dimensions to use for the web can be difficult. Unfortunately, there is not a one fits all size because it depends largely on your target audience. Usually, your best bet is to offer multiple sizes to ensure your video works for most of your website’s visitors.
THE PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE OF LOCAL STORAGE FOR WEB APPLICATIONS Persistent local storage is one of the areas where native client applications have held an advantage over web applications. For native applications, the operating system typically provides an abstraction layer for storing and retrieving application-specific data like preferences or runtime state.
HTML5:Getting Started with HTML5 Local Databases Starting with Safari 4, iPhone/iPad OS3, Chrome 5, and Opera 10.5 (Desktop), HTML5 Local Databases are now supported. I’ve been reading about local databases for quite some time and decided to do a write up with some basic examples on how to get started.
A Peek into Local Data Storage in HTML 5 In this article I will be explaining one of the HTML 5 features which allow the storage of data on the client side. This feature certainly paves the way for developing data-driven applications which can work with data stored on the client even if the network connection is disconnected.