Creating Offline Html5 Web Applications

by Shubham on October 27, 2011

One of the most amazing features of HTML5 is the support for offline applications using the cache manifest. Well browser caching is not a new technique; it’s supported by majority of the browsers. The browser caching technique is unreliable and doesn’t work every time. Creating offline web applications is pretty easy and reliable with cache manifest.


carbyn html5 OS

Carbyn HTML5 based OS for Tablet, PC and MAC

by Shubham on September 17, 2011

Carbyn is an HTML5 based OS that can be accessed with any modern web browser. Since it is built on HTML5 there is nothing to install at all, you just have to login into Carbyn and you’re ready to go! Carbyn runs on any browser except the older versions of IE.

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Starting With HTML5

Getting Started with HTML5 (things you need to know)

September 13, 2011

It’s been a while since we switched from the table elements to the div semantics and standards. Now we are using div to group block elements to format them with CSS. You may ask: “Now what’s innovative with HTML5? Should it be early for me to start coding with HTML5 if the older browsers don’t […]