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Very nice, hope to see more HTML5 sites soon! One thing to note, about 30% don’t work very well on an iPad…
I love it. Everybody buy an Ipad. Way of the future…. yeah, bullshit. good for three things only. HTML5 was one of them. Good Night.
A nice collection, there’s definitely a growing trend into parallax sites, which I like because they usually feel like something new. I like the diablo media example, I think a lot of the parallax sites take the more fun and animated approach but this one demonstrates a more simple corporate style. I also like the movement on the 360Langstrasse site, it doesn’t skip through the it moves seamlessly.
HTML5 used for online text editing provides new opportunities. Zou can see it under html5.teamlab.com
You should of also listed http://www.picwizz.com. That image hostign website is using the new html5 multiple uploader.
I have to say from what i have seen so far looking at HTML5 web sites only they are all rather Hummmmmmmmmm Unimpressive to put it mildly , Looking around for ideas for a revamp of the clubs web site and if that is what 5 has to offer then thanks but no thanks .
It makes site design no better it has removed some very usefull options all in all not at all impressed
Rud: HTML5 offers functionality that, in at least many cases (all I’ve seen so far), requires some type of client-side scripting to interact with DOM objects. Whether one uses LocalStorage or WebSockets or what-have-you, JS and its ilk will be required. If you want to design a Web site that does not require scripting, HTML5 is less important, and PHP, ASP.NET and so forth will be the technologies you’ll want to choose. I choose to design my Web sites without required scripting, and then add scripted commands to spics things up a bit for the end-user.
If you do a Globalogiq html code search for “<!DOCTYPE HTML>” you can find tons of sites that are using html5.
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