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Table of Contents

Preface; Diving In; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; A Note on the Editions of This Book; Safari® Books Online; How to Contact Us; Chapter 1: How Did We Get Here?; 1.1 Diving In; 1.2 MIME Types; 1.3 A Long Digression into How Standards Are Made; 1.4 An Unbroken Line; 1.5 A Timeline of HTML Development from 1997 to 2004; 1.6 Everything You Know About XHTML Is Wrong; 1.7 A Competing Vision; 1.8 What Working Group?; 1.9 Back to the W3C; 1.10 Postscript; 1.11 Further Reading; Chapter 2: Detecting HTML5 Features; 2.1 Diving In; 2.2 Detection Techniques; 2.3 Modernizr: An HTML5 Detection Library; 2.4 Canvas; 2.5 Canvas Text; 2.6 Video; 2.7 Video Formats; 2.8 Local Storage; 2.9 Web Workers; 2.10 Offline Web Applications; 2.11 Geolocation; 2.12 Input Types; 2.13 Placeholder Text; 2.14 Form Autofocus; 2.15 Microdata; 2.16 Further Reading; Chapter 3: What Does It All Mean?; 3.1 Diving In; 3.2 The Doctype; 3.3 The Root Element; 3.4 The Element; 3.5 New Semantic Elements in HTML5; 3.6 A Long Digression into How Browsers Handle Unknown Elements; 3.7 Headers; 3.8 Articles; 3.9 Dates and Times; 3.10 Navigation; 3.11 Footers; 3.12 Further Reading; Chapter 4: Let’s Call It a Draw(ing Surface); 4.1 Diving In; 4.2 Simple Shapes; 4.3 Canvas Coordinates; 4.4 Paths; 4.5 Text; 4.6 Gradients; 4.7 Images; 4.8 What About IE?; 4.9 A Complete Example; 4.10 Further Reading; Chapter 5: Video on the Web; 5.1 Diving In; 5.2 Video Containers; 5.3 Video Codecs; 5.4 Audio Codecs; 5.5 What Works on the Web; 5.6 Licensing Issues with H.264 Video; 5.7 Encoding Ogg Video with Firefogg; 5.8 Batch Encoding Ogg Video with ffmpeg2theora; 5.9 Encoding H.264 Video with HandBrake; 5.10 Batch Encoding H.264 Video with HandBrake; 5.11 Encoding WebM Video with ffmpeg; 5.12 At Last, the Markup; 5.13 What About IE?; 5.14 A Complete Example; 5.15 Further Reading; Chapter 6: You Are Here (And So Is Everybody Else); 6.1 Diving In; 6.2 The Geolocation API; 6.3 Show Me the Code; 6.4 Handling Errors; 6.5 Choices! I Demand Choices!; 6.6 What About IE?; 6.7 geo.js to the Rescue; 6.8 A Complete Example; 6.9 Further Reading; Chapter 7: The Past, Present, and Future of Local Storage for Web Applications; 7.1 Diving In; 7.2 A Brief History of Local Storage Hacks Before HTML5; 7.3 Introducing HTML5 Storage; 7.4 Using HTML5 Storage; 7.5 HTML5 Storage in Action; 7.6 Beyond Named Key/Value Pairs: Competing Visions; 7.7 Further Reading; Chapter 8: Let’s Take This Offline; 8.1 Diving In; 8.2 The Cache Manifest; 8.3 The Flow of Events; 8.4 The Fine Art of Debugging, a.k.a. “Kill Me! Kill Me Now!”; 8.5 Let’s Build One!; 8.6 Further Reading; Chapter 9: A Form of Madness; 9.1 Diving In; 9.2 Placeholder Text; 9.3 Autofocus Fields; 9.4 Email Addresses; 9.5 Web Addresses; 9.6 Numbers As Spinboxes; 9.7 Numbers As Sliders; 9.8 Date Pickers; 9.9 Search Boxes; 9.10 Color Pickers; 9.11 And One More Thing...; 9.12 Further Reading; Chapter 10: “Distributed,” “Extensibility,” and Other Fancy Words; 10.1 Diving In; 10.2 What Is Microdata?; 10.3 The Microdata Data Model; 10.4 Marking Up People; 10.5 Marking Up Organizations; 10.6 Marking Up Events; 10.7 Marking Up Reviews; 10.8 Further Reading; The All-in-One Almost-Alphabetical Guide to Detecting Everything; List of Elements; Further Reading; Colophon;|

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: How Did We Get Here?
  • Chapter 2: Detecting HTML5 Features
  • Chapter 3: What Does It All Mean?
  • Chapter 4: Let’s Call It a Draw(ing Surface)
  • Chapter 5: Video on the Web
  • Chapter 6: You Are Here (And So Is Everybody Else)
  • Chapter 7: The Past, Present, and Future of Local Storage for Web Applications
  • Chapter 8: Let’s Take This Offline
  • Chapter 9: A Form of Madness
  • Chapter 10: “Distributed,” “Extensibility,” and Other Fancy Words
  • The All-in-One Almost-Alphabetical Guide to Detecting Everything
  • Colophon

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