Retro Color Cycling with HTML5

Ok, this is going to evoke some nostalgia. Remember those old color cycling effects from the 90’s of the last century? It was a common sight in many 8-bit video games of the era that kept us intrigued and amused…Read more
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10 HTML5 Video Players to Die For

With HTML5 generating plenty of buzz as the next big thing to happen to web development, and with video becoming an increasing part of our online experience, this post will combine the best of both the worlds and survey the…Read more
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Features That HTML5 Supports

HTML5 is basically a standard structure that helps online content be represented with innovative features and modern technology. The new upgrade is welcomed by the large network of Web developers. It allows for easier navigation of web pages with tools…Read more
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HTML5 Features For Web Developers

Web developers prefer to use HTML5 since it involves using a simpler and shorter code. This will enable web pages to run smoother and faster without any mistakes being made in coding. There are some HTML5 features that web developers…Read more
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Benefits of HTML5

It is expected that HTML5 will allow any web browser to become a development platform. There are several benefits of adopting HTML5. One of the biggest benefits of HTML5 is its ability to embed audio and video into web pages…Read more
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HTML5 Features You Can Use

While HTML5 is still being worked on by a standard committee, several of its features have been already adopted by Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft’s IE9. There is a core of HTML5 features that all the…Read more
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YouTube’s Mobile Site Supports HTML5

YouTube has launched a new feature in its mobile site (m.youtube.com). The site now includes high quality playback of videos via HTML5. The site can be accessed through any mobile device that supports HTML5 like the iPad, iPhone and Android…Read more
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Study: Users Prefer HTML5

A study was recently conducted amongst the users watching videos on the site mefeedia.com. The study was conducted on the basis of video usage for the past 6 months. HTML5 videos had a 70% decrease in bounce rate and the…Read more
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