by Rory Donahoe July 15, 2010

Developing in HTML5


To many developers HTML5 represents a future where cross-browser compatibility is finally possible, and a new way of presenting web content will usher in a new age of web standards. Unfortunately, it’s still a long way off from completion, many projections land its completion in the year 2022, but it’s far from unusable. Here’s a list of awesome resources that can be used for web developers right now. is a site developed by Google to teach new and experienced developers about the new features HTML5 boasts, along with a little bit of history. It has APIs that users can experiment with, as well as step by step tutorials. is a cool site which scores your browser on how compatible it is with HTML5. It will try to check if certain HTML5 features are available on your browser. a great article which covers this very topic.


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