Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

HTML5Rocks.com: Google DevRel shares the love

Category: Browsers, CSS, HTML

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The Chrome and HTML DevRel team at Google have released a new portal, HTML5 Rocks, that packages together some of the great resources available on HTML5 and the renaissance of browsers.

Whether it be references on what you can do, to readiness to shims to get use features now.

Beyond the resources, there is the killer HTML5 Slide Presentation and interactive playground.

A lot of nice stuff, all in one place. This is the first release, and we are sure to see a lot of additions coming soon. What would you like to see?

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Also, http://html5r0cks.com
I lol’d.

Comment by PaulIrish — June 22, 2010

They’re making the same mistake as Apple. They should fix the code so it worked in Opera or Firefox. Those -webkit- prefixes mean it can only possibly be supported in Chrome / Safari.

Comment by chrisfjay — June 22, 2010

Don’t forget http://slides.html5r0cks.com ;)

Comment by SlexAxton — June 22, 2010

Chris,
I added -moz- and -o- prefixes for all of the playground and tutorials. Certainly it’s in the best interest of the web to use css3 properties in the most cross-browser way possible. If I missed anything in particular, please file a bug or mention it here.

Comment by PaulIrish — June 22, 2010

so the Chrome team wants to show us how buggy their border radius is? http://i50.tinypic.com/14nuo5.png

Comment by gonchuki — June 23, 2010

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