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HTML5 Apps vs. Native Apps

http://appcropolis.com/blog/web-technology/html5-apps-vs-native-apps/ When you buy a smartphone it is typically loaded with several apps. In addition to these apps, you can also download or purchase other apps from the AppStore, Android Market, Blackberry Market and other distribution channel associated ... Category: Web Technology

How to organize your HTML, CSS, and Javascript files

http://appcropolis.com/blog/web-technology/organize-html-css-javascript-files/ A good friend of mine told me that the best system is the one that works better for you. This is only true if you never plan on sharing your work with someone else, or if you do not expect to use other people’s code. In this article I ... Categories: Blog, Web Technology

Using Javascript to encode images as DataURL

http://appcropolis.com/blog/web-technology/javascript-encode-images-dataurl/ The following example shows how to draw an image on an HTML 5 Canvas element and encode the image as data-url schema. Being able to convert images into string, opens some interesting possibilities. In browsers that support HTML5 local ... Categories: Blog, Web Technology

Using HTML5 Canvas to capture frames from a video

http://appcropolis.com/blog/web-technology/using-html5-canvas-to-capture-frames-from-a-video/ HTML5 has some interesting capability that allows extracting individual frames from a video source and draw it on a canvas element. The following example quickly shows how to capture a frame from a video and attach it to the DOM as an ... Category: Web Technology

jQuery wrapper for iScroll

http://appcropolis.com/blog/web-technology/jquery-wrapper-for-iscroll/ Matteo Spinelli did a terrific job writing a Javascript library that allows scrolling the content of a DIV element on iPhone and Android web browsers. The library is well documented in his site http://cubiq.org/iscroll. I don't think ... Category: Web Technology