Today, we want to be aware of how we are spending our 1440 beautiful moments so that we can spend them wisely, as it is the 4th anniversary of a strong step taken by our mentors to start up blueMango solutions, with a vision to establishing themselves as a pioneer in the world of software development and technology consulting. blueMango as a family shares all the beautiful moments that includes obstacles, challenges and opportunities faced to bring the firm from ground level to a company including 40 people working as a closely knit family, with all the well-wishers and clients who have a good experience of dealing with us. We are proud to be the special ripe mangoes of blueMango Team and would like to wish the company a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!
May 20, 2010
May 6, 2010
HTML5 is the next major version of HTML. HTML5 provides some great new features for web designers. With the coming of HTML5 and CSS3, we must think a different way to code a webpage. HTML5 is loaded with some very cool features – most of which circle around the new APIs and the DOM tree. I would be explaining a little on the power of HTML5 and CSS3. Firstly , there are some questions in every designer’s mind who just wants to start using the cool features of these new technologies and change the way the world looks at the ” HTML and CSS Guys”.
1) When we can start using this HTML5 and CSS3?
It will be a long time before we start using HTML and CSS3 pages. Browsers like Internet Explorer 8 have still not given support for HTML5 and CSS3
2) Browser Compatibility issues?
The HTML5 syntax is no longer based on SGML despite the similarities of its markup. However, this version has been designed to support older versions of HTML. It comes with a new introductory line that is,
<! DOCTYPE html>, which helps the browser to render HTML in a standard format and eliminates the browser that use “DOC Type” as a backdrop.
Here are some important lists of tags which will make every designers life easier, faster and interactive
Some new Tags Introduced in HTML5.
<article>- Defines an article
<audio>- Defines sound content
<canvas>- Defines graphics
<command>- Defines a command button
<datalist>- Defines a dropdown list
<meter>- Defines measurement within a predefined range
<progress>- Defines progress of a task of any kind
<time>- Defines a date/time
<video>- Defines a video
<contenteditable>- Specifies if the user is allowed to edit the content or not
Why use HTML 5?
1) Offline Support
2) Canvas drawing
3) Smarter Forms
4) Web application focus
Current Browser Support for HTML5 – (All Browser Support are respective of their latest versions)
1) Internet Explorer – Not Supported J
2) Mozilla Firefox- Supported
3) Google Chrome- Supported
4) Opera – Supported
5) Apple Safari – Supported