HTML5

  • 4Browsers tries to answer your Metro Multitasking needs

    A new application in the Windows 8 Store is 4Browsers. As the name suggests it’s 4 browsers in 1. This tries to solve a problem with Windows 8 apps, that is their single-tasking nature. Sure you can snap an application to the side of the screen, but power users...
  • Atari classics get the HTML5 treatment to celebrate 40 years

    To celebrate Atari’s 40 year anniversary and the upcoming launch of Internet Explorer 10, the two giants have teamed up to produce a HTML5 demo like no other. Atari Arcade brings Atari classics like Pong, Missile Command, Super Breakout and Asteroids to destroy productivity around the globe through a...
  • ForestFly shows off the power of HTML5 Canvas

    HTML5 and JavaScript is undoubtedly the future of the web. It was only last month we brought you the slick HTML5-powered movie site for the Hunger Games, now its time to look at another. ForestFly takes advantage of the HTML5 canvas, video and audio tags to create a beautiful...
  • Behind the scenes of a great HTML5 site:The Hunger Games

    Upcoming movie The Hunger Games is about to launch in cinemas tomorrow, to get fans excited there’s a shiny new website to investigate. This website however is not typical, not by a long shot. The future of the web is clear, plugins are going away. How long that transition...
  • Bing enables HTML5 video to make search beautiful

    Microsoft have switched on the long promised HTML5 version of their Bing search engine. Bing began by making search more visual with a daily image, but now through the power of HTML5 video, that image comes to life as a video. Unfortunately this is another entrant to the US-only...
  • SkyDrive HTML5 update rolling, looks like Windows Explorer online

    SkyDrive has had very little in the way of updates since we first got access back in 2008. Its biggest revision to date – a HTML5 version, is shipping now and being rolled out across the globe. Check out the video below for the redesigned UI, handling of photos,...
  • YouTube switches to iFrame embed, broken in WLW

    Along with YouTube’s new front page (when logged in), they also made an important change to how the embed code is handled. Traditionally embedding YouTube videos used the <embed> tags, but now uses <iframe> instead. There’s one big problem with this, support. Not all websites enable iFrame embeds, actually...