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10 Things I Didn’t Know About HTML

Web development never gets boring to Mathias Bynens. Not just because nowadays, new “HTML5” technologies are emerging like tubes of spaghetti at a pasta factory — but mostly because there’s always something new to learn.

Web Application Architecture: Lessons Learned from Adobe Brackets

Using the software architecture of Brackets, the open source code editor created by Adobe, Brian Rinaldi will examine some best practices for architecting well designed, modern applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

How to Trasformed a Deadful Legacy Codebase Using Only a Strap-on

Writing CSS is a pain in the ass and should be considered harmful if performed on a daily basis without your mind getting reset every night. It can also be a big honking mess if you have

Using Web Development Skills to Build Desktop Apps

Do you want to convert your single-page web apps to a desktop environment? Learn how to apply your development skillset – including HTML5, JavaScript and CSS as well as media queries, templating and data binding – to

Create Interactive Apps with HTML5 & CSS3

HTML5 is ushering in a new era of graphically rich, visually compelling and highly interactive Web sites and apps. This session outlines some of what you can do with new HTML5 and CSS3 features introduced in Internet