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HTML 5 and CSS 3: Future of Web Design

HTML 5 and CSS 3: Future of Web Design

HTML 5 and CSS 3 are in near future going to revolutionize the world of web design. In the near future the websites are going to be a combination of HTML 5 and CSS3. The expectations of the business from the websites are increasing, so much so that the businesses want the website to perform as efficient and effective business/sales representatives. It is because of this that the HTML 4 and the earlier versions of CSS are proving inefficient. Let us first know something about HTML 5 and then CSS 3

HTML 5:

HTML 5 offers such coding that facilitates better incorporation of audio and video. It is also going to allow better user interface among the websites. Usually the HTML portrays the whole content of the website including the heading, titles and the content therein. HTML 4 that featured old coding style is now being replaced by HTML5. 1997 saw the launching of the HTML. In the early 90s the websites needed to just have the images and text content. HTML was the perfect coding language at that time. The world of internet and website has undergone a sea of change since then. The businesses now want the website to be interactive and media rich. This is where the limitations of HTML 4 come into play and the application of HTML 5 starts.

CSS 3:

CSS is the acronym of Cascading Style Sheets. It pertains to the look of the content when a visitor visits the website. The fonts, colors and the background play a crucial role in the look of the website. The CSS2, earlier version of CSS3 was good for the styles needed by the websites in the 1990s but not now. The restriction of CSS2 to a specific range of styles, fonts and effects limits the use of CSS2. As mentioned earlier the websites of today need to be made more appealing and interactive. The CSS3 has been designed to facilitate the website designer with tools to make the website visually more appealing and incorporate it with structurally more complex elements.

Effect of the combination of HTML 5 and CSS 3:
•The visual effects will be made more appealing. With the help of HTML 5 and CSS 3 it is easier coding the websites to have drop shadows and round corners.
•The Fonts can be customized.
•The look of the tables can be enhanced by using better styles.
•The designers are provided with Web Sockets. This allows faster transfer of online data and communication. Updates from the server can be got in real time.
•HTML 5 and CSS 3 make new forms available to the website designers. This facilitates the designers with native functionality. The designers need to do less overall coding just because there is no need of scripting for validation.
•Use of HTML 5 and CSS 3 allows better accesses information. The emails can be stored and later viewed offline.
•Coding with HTML 5 and CSS 3 allows easy animation and transformation. The JavaScript used for writing simple animations can be written faster and this saves time.
•The facility of Geo Location can also be incorporated.
•HTML5 and CSS3 allow incorporating Canvas on to the website. Canvas is a native type of drawing functionality.

Web designing with the help of HTML5 and CSS3 makes the designer independent of plugins from third party. Usually these plugins pertain to video, audio or interactivity.

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Future of Web Development Services: HTML 5 and CSS 3

Future of Web Development Services: HTML 5 and CSS 3

Everybody is aware of the importance of Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in web development. HTML helps in creating web pages. It is simple to understand and use. It is free and is supported by every browser. HTML and CSS are search engine friendly languages and so widely used by web development services. CSS reduces the size of coding and enables the website to load faster. It offers greater flexibility than HTML in terms of effect and design. HTML and CSS are the two recommended languages in web development by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

The only thing that is constant is Change. Changes are bound to occur in every arena. Web development trends are no exception! HTML and CSS has developed considerably. There are many versions of HTML available in the market. This budding language is given a number when a new version enters the market. At present, the versions of HTML available in the market are HTML, version 3, version 3.2, version 4.0, and version 4.01. HTML 5 is the upcoming version which is still not developed. So is the case with CSS! CSS Level 1, CSS Level 2, CSS 2.1, and CSS 3 are established CSS versions in the market.

HTML 5 is expected to be of immense help to web development services. Professional web development services all over the world are likely to shift to this version of HTML once it is out. HTML was first developed by IBM to facilitate the transfer of files between different systems. Version 2.0 was released in 1995. HTML 3.2 and HTML 4.0 was released simultaneously, one year after version 2.0. This version included international characters, tables, and image maps. Later on, XHTML 1.0 and XHTML 2.0 were released by W3C. In 2008, the first draft of HTML 5 was prepared. Web development services, across the world, believe that the future of the web is HTML 5. HTML 5 is expected to embed features like separate background threads to do processing, video implantation without separate plug-in or codec, canvas element to render graphics and images on the fly, can have applications to access email offline, etc.

CSS is used to give great style to web pages that are written in any mark-up language. W3C introduced CSS level 1 to overcome the limitations of HTML 3.2 in 1996. CSS level 2 was created in 1998 by using CSS level 1. CSS level 1 was republished with corrections in 1999. CSS 3 is finally released for the benefit of the web development services. Though CSS 3 is supported by only modern web browsers at present, it is expected to gain widespread acceptance. It enables complex and flexible designs to be incorporated into HTML. Professional web development services are already using this technology.

These programming languages are expected to make a revolution in the near future. It is believed that the future of web development depends on it. CSS 3 is already accepted by majority of the web development services. HTML 5 is also likely to be immediately accepted by professional web development services. This is because of the reputation of the earlier versions. The two versions are expected to make the job of web development simple!

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HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 6) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing

HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 6) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing


Footage from the SFJava Usergroup On May 11, 2010, For the first time, representatives from Google, Microsoft, and Kaazing in one room to present on the future of HTML5 Development. This is To Learn More About HTML5 Websockets, visit: www.kaazing.com For More info on HTML5 events, Visit us at SFHTML5.org Background on the Event: www.sfjava.org About Peter Lubbers: Peter Lubbers is the Director of Documentation and Training at Kaazing. Peter is the co-author of the Apress book “Pro HTML5 Programming” and teaches HTML5 training courses. An HTML5 and WebSocket enthusiast, Peter frequently speaks at international events. Prior to joining Kaazing, Peter worked as an information architect at Oracle, where he wrote many books, such as the award-winning Oracle Application Server Portal Configuration Guide and the Oracle Application Server Developer’s Guide for Microsoft Office. Peter also develops documentation automation solutions and two of his inventions are patented. Before joining Oracle, Peter architected and developed the internationalized Microsoft Office User Specialist Testing Framework. Peter was also a technical reviewer for the book “Pro JSF and Ajax: Building Rich Internet Components” (Apress, 2006). A native of the Netherlands, Peter served as a Special Forces commando in the Royal Dutch Green Berets. In his spare time (ha!) Peter likes to run ultra-marathons. He is the 2007 and 2009 ultrarunner.net series champion and three-time winner of the Tahoe Super Triple

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HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 2) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing

HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 2) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing


Footage from the SFJava Usergroup On May 11, 2010, For the first time, representatives from Google, Microsoft, and Kaazing in one room to present on the future of HTML5 Development. This is To Learn More About HTML5 Websockets, visit: www.kaazing.com For More info on HTML5 events, Visit us at SFHTML5.org Background on the Event: www.sfjava.org About Peter Lubbers: Peter Lubbers is the Director of Documentation and Training at Kaazing. Peter is the co-author of the Apress book “Pro HTML5 Programming” and teaches HTML5 training courses. An HTML5 and WebSocket enthusiast, Peter frequently speaks at international events. Prior to joining Kaazing, Peter worked as an information architect at Oracle, where he wrote many books, such as the award-winning Oracle Application Server Portal Configuration Guide and the Oracle Application Server Developer’s Guide for Microsoft Office. Peter also develops documentation automation solutions and two of his inventions are patented. Before joining Oracle, Peter architected and developed the internationalized Microsoft Office User Specialist Testing Framework. Peter was also a technical reviewer for the book “Pro JSF and Ajax: Building Rich Internet Components” (Apress, 2006). A native of the Netherlands, Peter served as a Special Forces commando in the Royal Dutch Green Berets. In his spare time (ha!) Peter likes to run ultra-marathons. He is the 2007 and 2009 ultrarunner.net series champion and three-time winner of the Tahoe Super Triple

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HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 4) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing

HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 4) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing


Footage from the SFJava Usergroup On May 11, 2010, For the first time, representatives from Google, Microsoft, and Kaazing in one room to present on the future of HTML5 Development. This is To Learn More About HTML5 Websockets, visit: www.kaazing.com For More info on HTML5 events, Visit us at SFHTML5.org Background on the Event: www.sfjava.org About Peter Lubbers: Peter Lubbers is the Director of Documentation and Training at Kaazing. Peter is the co-author of the Apress book “Pro HTML5 Programming” and teaches HTML5 training courses. An HTML5 and WebSocket enthusiast, Peter frequently speaks at international events. Prior to joining Kaazing, Peter worked as an information architect at Oracle, where he wrote many books, such as the award-winning Oracle Application Server Portal Configuration Guide and the Oracle Application Server Developer’s Guide for Microsoft Office. Peter also develops documentation automation solutions and two of his inventions are patented. Before joining Oracle, Peter architected and developed the internationalized Microsoft Office User Specialist Testing Framework. Peter was also a technical reviewer for the book “Pro JSF and Ajax: Building Rich Internet Components” (Apress, 2006). A native of the Netherlands, Peter served as a Special Forces commando in the Royal Dutch Green Berets. In his spare time (ha!) Peter likes to run ultra-marathons. He is the 2007 and 2009 ultrarunner.net series champion and three-time winner of the Tahoe Super Triple

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Learn About HTML5 and the Future of the Web from Brad Neuberg

Learn About HTML5 and the Future of the Web from Brad Neuberg


San Francisco Java, PHP, and HTML5 user groups hosted an event on May 11th, 2010 on HTML5 with three amazing speakers: Brad Neuberg from Google, Giorgio Sardo from Microsoft, and Peter Lubbers from Kaazing. In this first of the three videos, Brad Neuberg from Google (a former HTML5 advocate) explains why HTML5 matters – to consumers as well as developers! His overview of HTML5 included SVG/Canvas rendering, CSS transforms, app-cache, local databases, web workers, and much more. He also identified the scope and practical implications of the changes that are coming along with HTML5 support in modern browsers. This event was organized by Marakana, Michael Tougeron from Gamespot, and Bruno Terkaly from Microsoft. Microsoft was our host and Marakana, Gamespot, Medallia, TEKsystems, and Guidewire Software sponsored the event. marakana.com

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HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 1) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing

HTML5 and the Future of the Web (Part 1) , Peter Lubbers, Kaazing


Footage from the SFJava Usergroup On May 11, 2010, For the first time, representatives from Google, Microsoft, and Kaazing in one room to present on the future of HTML5 Development. This is To Learn More About HTML5 Websockets, visit: www.kaazing.com For More info on HTML5 events, Visit us at SFHTML5.org Background on the Event: www.sfjava.org About Peter Lubbers: Peter Lubbers is the Director of Documentation and Training at Kaazing. Peter is the co-author of the Apress book “Pro HTML5 Programming” and teaches HTML5 training courses. An HTML5 and WebSocket enthusiast, Peter frequently speaks at international events. Prior to joining Kaazing, Peter worked as an information architect at Oracle, where he wrote many books, such as the award-winning Oracle Application Server Portal Configuration Guide and the Oracle Application Server Developer’s Guide for Microsoft Office. Peter also develops documentation automation solutions and two of his inventions are patented. Before joining Oracle, Peter architected and developed the internationalized Microsoft Office User Specialist Testing Framework. Peter was also a technical reviewer for the book “Pro JSF and Ajax: Building Rich Internet Components” (Apress, 2006). A native of the Netherlands, Peter served as a Special Forces commando in the Royal Dutch Green Berets. In his spare time (ha!) Peter likes to run ultra-marathons. He is the 2007 and 2009 ultrarunner.net series champion and three-time winner of the Tahoe Super Triple

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Web 2.0 Expo SF 2010: Jared Friedman, “HTML5 and The Future of Publishing”

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Learn About HTML5 and the Future of the Web

Learn About HTML5 and the Future of the Web


San Francisco Java, PHP, and HTML5 user groups hosted an event on May 11th, 2010 on HTML5 with three amazing speakers: Brad Neuberg from Google, Giorgio Sardo from Microsoft, and Peter Lubbers from Kaazing. In this first of the three videos, Brad Neuberg from Google (formerly an HTML5 advocate and currently a Software Engineer on the Google Buzz team) explains why HTML5 matters – to consumers as well as developers! His overview of HTML5 included SVG/Canvas rendering, CSS transforms, app-cache, local databases, web workers, and much more. He also identified the scope and practical implications of the changes that are coming along with HTML5 support in modern browsers. This event was organized by Marakana, Michael Tougeron from Gamespot, and Bruno Terkaly from Microsoft. Microsoft was the host and Marakana, Gamespot, Medallia, TEKsystems, and Guidewire Software sponsored the event. marakana.com

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