HTML5 UP

HTML5 UP — Collection of beautiful templates using HTML5 and CSS3.

Cache is King


In this keynote presentation from HTML5DevConf, Steve Souders, Google’s Head Performance Engineer, clarifies the problem of caching, and explores various solutions to make your web app lightning fast.

Nokia Maps says hello to iOS and Android


From Ovi blog:

  1. You can see where you are on the map, thanks to HTML5 support for positioning
  2. You can find addresses, businesses and other places of interest, anywhere in the world
  3. You can get to know the places: all the essential information about a place are presented on one page (pictures, user reviews, popular travel guides description, contact information)
  4. You can plan the fastest route to your destination by car or on foot
  5. You can see where the public transport lines go, and where the stops are
  6. You can share your favourite places with your friends via SMS, email, Facebook or Twitter

HTML 5

Question: Is HTML 5 ready yet? Go to ishtml5readyyet.com for the answer :)