15 Most Impressive HTML5 Canvas Demos

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HTML5 <canvas> is very powerful, and has been used by many people to make lots of really interesting things. Today, HTML5 Canvas is supported by all major browsers and can be accessed on a wide range of devices including desktops, tablets, and smart phones. In this post i’ll be showcasing some insanely amazing demos that really show the power of HTML5 canvas with help from Javascript.

8 HTML5 And CSS3 Polyfill Solutions

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A polyfill is like spackle for your Web sites, it’s a way to determine if a given HTML5 feature is available to the user currently browsing your site, and to provide either a shim that ‘fills in’ that support or a course of graceful degradation that enables your site to still function fully. A polyfill can be nearly anything – a JavaScript library that adds support for CSS3 selectors to old versions Internet Explorer. So here are some HTML5 and CSS3 polyfill solutions for your site to provide fallback functionality... Read The Rest →

11 Great Tools For Building Interactive Maps

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Interactive Maps can be a great communications tool, and a powerful site feature, or they can be confusing, messy, and downright frustrating. With all of the different kinds of tools for creating interactive maps at your fingertips, we’ve pulled together some resources to help you navigate your way.

12 Javascript Libraries For Touch-Enabled Mobile Sliders

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On touch screen devices you swipe left or right to browse through different images. In the similar way touch enabled sliders allow you to swipe left or right to browse through different slides of the slider. It makes it really easy task for users to use sliders on your website. These sliders are not difficult to implement. Touch enabled sliders can be added in the same way as you add other sliders to your website or a blog.

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