Emmet is a easy-to-use, lightweight tool that reduces frustration while writing HTML.
AngularJS lets you build responsive forms in HTML that let users know what they've changed and whether the information they've entered is valid.
How to use and customize the HTML5 progress and meter elements.
The resulting model property is a bonafide Moment object, which in our case converts cleanly when JSON.stringify is called on the way to our API.
An introduction to using HTML5 form validation features. Improve the user experience of your web forms and increase user speed and success rates.
Covers the process of testing a mobile app with offline caching against a remote Windows server application.
HTML5 offers tags that make it easier to embed content into your website. This is the basic audio tag that I could get to work in any browser:
Testing web apps that make use of the new HTML5 features can be frustrating. With some work, we can use Capybara to test them through the browser easily.
After prototyping and researching offline web application technologies, here are my notes and a few useful links the team came across in the process.