Great round up of resources from smashingmagazine.com.
An hour is all a developer needs to begin working with MPEG4/H.264 and WebM video. That’s the length of Jan Ozer’s information-packed session How To: Encoding Video for HTML5 at the recent Streaming Media East conference in New York City.
Good presentation with useful show notes here: http://conferences.infotoday.com/documents/123/SMEast2011-JanOzer-EncodingHTML5.pdf
Spoiler: This one for the more techie-minded…
File this under ‘UI effects that are essentially rather useless but add a nice little touch if anybody happens to notice them’.
Nice post by Elliot Jay Stocks documenting the transition effect with growing / shrinking type and image sizes when the browser window is resized.
Another great round-up of CSS3 and HTML5 tools.
Nice article from Dan Cederholm on an all-CSS/web fonts button.
A collection of responsive web designs.
In its essence a media query consists of a media type and an expression to check for certain conditions of a particular media feature. The most commonly used media feature is width.
By restricting CSS rules to a certain width of the device displaying a web page, one can tailor the page’s representation to devices (i.e. smartphones, tablets, netbooks, and desktops) with varying screen resolution.