Great resource list from a serious uber geek. One to bookmark.
Good in-depth post on embedding video.
Even in the best of times, the enterprise market typically lags in adoption of new software platforms. Although enterprises typically refresh hardware every two to five years, it often takes longer for them to update corporate standards for OS platforms and software applications. Regardless of when or how often they are buying new machines, many enterprises are still relying on Windows XP, Microsoft Office 2003, and Internet Explorer 6. Don’t expect enterprise or B2B Flash web applications to disappear in the next three to five years.
Good industry overview of HTML5.
Good tutorial. But some argument in the comments on whether its just too old-school a technique.
This is one of the most straightforward implementations you could choose. Over 40 seconds, we’re sliding the background position of .cover_pan from right to left.
There are 8 attributes controlling background images. The CSS3 background properties are very well supported in modern browsers, but a few values are not. Also, there are some properties and values that have not yet made it into the specifications, but are already supported in all browsers except Firefox.. This blog post goes over all the existing and future attributes, targeting them with the DOM, and lets you know of bugs you may find when implementing backgrounds.
This is great.
HTML email? Yes, I know it generally sucks like a tarpit but wait, check this smart, seemingly ‘bullet-proof’ email template. Not tried it yet, but it looks deep.
This Campaign Monitor email guide has also just been updated to include HTML5/CSS3 elements and is also pretty cool.
And don’t forget these chimps – who have just about covered all bases.
Jazz hands anyone?