List of HTML5 Presentation Resources


I’ve been running sessions on HTML5, Internet Explorer 9/10, CSS3 and more at recent Web Camps, Code Camps, and user group meetings.  Many resources are shown or mentioned in those sessions, so I’ve compiled a list of them for you here.

I hope you find these useful!

HTML5

  • HTML5 at W3C – Specifications and learning materials
  • HTML5 W3C Logo – HTML5 and related logos
  • HTML5 LabsHTML5 Labs – Prototypes of early web specifications (e.g. IndexedDB, FileAPI, etc.)
  • ScriptJunkie.com – Articles and information on web development
  • CanIUse.com – Details support by browser for HTML5, CSS3, and other technologies
  • Modernizr – HTML5 & CSS3 feature detection made easy
  • HTML5 Cross Browser Polyfills – Shims, polyfills helpful for implementing features while supporting a range of browsers
  • HTML5 Boilerplate – An HTML5 template. Useful also as a reference.
  • Initializr – HTML5 template builder
  • Yepnope.js – Conditional resource loader that utilizes asynchronous calls

HTML5 Sample Applications/Sites

Internet Explorer

CSS

Canvas & SVG

  • Canvas PadCanvas Pad – Great way to see/learn canvas capabilities
  • Easel.js – A library to help create HTML5 Canvas graphics
  • UN Systems Org Chart – SVG example showing effects of zooming
  • SVG-Oids – SVG game example (Fire up the F12 dev tools with this one)
  • Raphael – A library to help create vector graphics – SVG/VML

Microsoft Web Platform

Tools

Presentation Slides

And finally, here are slides I’ve used at some point for various presentations. 

  • SkyDrive folder share.  Contains:
    • HTML5 and Friends
    • HTML5 Web Camp – Graphics and UI with CSS3, SVG, and Canvas
    • HTML5 Web Camp – Practices and Adoption Techniques

My teammate Rachel Appel has posted materials from her HTML5 Web Camp sessions as well.

-Chris

Comments (3)

  1. Claudette Marshall says:

    Hi Chris,

    Is the event in Framington the same that you did in Waltham before the break for WWPC?

    If it isn't are they going to open it for more registrants?  I got closed out of that 1.  I don't know if I show up will they let me in?

    Your blog is very helpful for me and I am sorry that I didn't check it while working on the small businesses that where hit in the tornafo areas.  I have been help other partners to get their customers with machines and on line asap.

    Claudette

  2. Chris Bowen says:

    Hi Claudette,

    Yes, the new series (blogs.msdn.com/…/more-microsoft-html5-web-camps-coming-soon.aspx) is an extension of the ones we ran in June.  Unfortunately, the Farmington, CT venue isn't terribly large so it filled up quickly.  I don't know if we're creating a waiting list for it.

    The good news is we'll be recording screencasts of the sessions. We'll post them (probably via Channel 9) and I'll blog about it here.

    Best,

    Chris

  3. Ann Pallo says:

    Hi Chris, Thanks so much again to you and Rachel for your awesome presentation today in Atlanta! It was great to see all the new HTML5 abilities of IE!