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HTML5 and CSS3: New Markup and Styles for the Emerging Web

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Date(s) - 09/11/2014
All Day

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Geolocation, Native Video, Offline storage, Semantic markup elements, Canvas elements, Drag and Drop, Opacity, Gradients…

HTML5 and CSS3 have been released and are changing the way web developers will work. With wide support in mobile browsers and the latest browser releases from Google and Firefox, HTML5 and CSS3 are poised to be the new technologies that will help build the next version of the Web.

In this session, we’ll look at some of the possibilities, trends, and enhancements that HTML5 and CSS3 enable. We’ll talk through specifics of implementation and how you can get started using HTML5 and CSS3 in your apps today.

Originally broadcast June 12, 2013.

About the Instructor:
Jason A. Clark is Head of Digital Access and Web Services at Montana State University Libraries where he builds digital library applications and sets digital content strategies. He writes and presents on a broad range of topics including mobile design & development, web services & mashups, metadata & digitization, Javascript, interface design, and application development. Before coming to MSU in 2005, Jason became interested in the intersection between libraries and technology while working as a web developer for the Division of Information Technology at the University of Wisconsin.

After two years, he moved on to the web services department at Williams College Libraries. When he doesn’t have metadata on the brain, Jason likes to hike the mountains of Montana with his wife, Jennifer, their daughter, Piper, and their dog, Oakley. You can find Jason online by following him on twitter at twitter.com/jaclark, catching up with him on Facebook at facebook.com/jasclark, or checking
out his occasional thoughts and code samples on his site at www.jasonclark.info.