Code snippets, libraries… You could find everything ! But where could you find insteresting contents ? Thus, I ma de a non-exhaustive list of resources you could you use and re-use and re-re-use ! 🙂
According to some webdeveloppers the hi-tech in webdev is :
Introduce the HTML5
What ?? You dunno what is HTML5 ?? Unacceptable ! 😦
HTML5 is the fifth version of HTML (Wouhou ! That wasn’t obvious you know ! ) and its purpose is to ally HTML4 and XHTML (according to W3C). Besides, it, by comparaison to HTML4, offers new balises as <canvas></canvas>
The big problem : COM-PA-TI-BILITY.
Actually, the big problem nowadays is compatibility of the browsers within a margin of risk to fail of displaying the page bigger than you thought ! Some of you could remark the problem when you decided to work this (WebGL example) with Firefox. I will talk about Internet Explorer because… Although I never use IE, a lot of people do this and… a lot of developers hate IE 6 (because this is not the same syntax in HTML, JS and CSS…).
Regarding IE, the new version (ie Internet Explorer 9) is better suited for HTML 5 standards. I want as a proof this game quite well known, originally for iPhone and Android phones, which was recently adapted into HTML5 (somewhere for the promotion of IE9 obviously) CUT THE ROPE available here : http:// http://www.cuttherope.ie/.
(Note the domain name : . ie 😉 )
This is not the only one to offer a game in HTML5 . Mozilla has its own: BrowserQuest, and Chrome offers « tests » made with WebGL …
All that to say that should not be too worry about compatibility. HTML5 is a prominent technology and powerful, then each browsers tend to adapt and promote HTML5. So it is obvious that browsers are / will be more or less compatible. 😉
jQuery and the others
Hum, don’t care about this, it is more important to know where to find the libraires and what kind of actions its allow you to do !
JSTweener is a library of transition management.
Useful script for shortcuts with keyboard.
Cookies (miam )
Script for the cookies use.
I won’t continue there are a lot, I propose the most interessant. Afterwards, you could search on Google. 😉
To conclude, you should be more informed about jQuery, prototype.js and Mootools. 😀
The CSS3 completes the perfect webdesigner’s toolbox. I suppose you already know http://www.free-css.com/ (when you type on Google Free CSS, this is the first result ).
Otherwise, come here.
What about learning ?
You could learn with these three good website (I found them great !) :
(fr) > But any importance what we want is resources 😉
Auteur : nerdyprog