Databinding UI Elements with IndexedDB
Use JQuery UI to bind data from IndexedDB.
An Introduction to Content Security Policy
Mitigate the risk of cross-site scripting attacks by whitelisting trusted origins with a Content Security ...
Migrating your WebSQL DB to IndexedDB
A look at what it would take to port a WebSQL based application to IndexedDB.
Working Off the Grid with HTML5 Offline
This article covers practical techniques and examples for handling connectivity flakiness.
A Simple TODO list using HTML5 IndexedDB
IndexedDB represents the future of query-able client-side storage. This tutorial presents a real world application ...
An overview of client-side storage techniques: Web Storage (local/session storage), Web SQL Database, Indexed Database, ...
"Offline": What does it mean and why should I care?
A discussion of what it means to take an application "offline" and the options available ...
Best Practices for a Faster Web App with HTML5
How to effectively use features from HTML5 to improve the performance and responsiveness of your ...
A Beginner's Guide to Using the Application Cache
A step-by-step guide to taking your web app offline using the application cache APIs.
Why move to HTML5 now than later?
- HTML5 can be deployed across multiple platforms and a wide range of mobile devices.
- It's a less expensive and more productive solution to have one source code for all your platforms.
- HTML5 contains a lot of features that are very useful and powerful for business:
- Security: Secure web sockets gives you high throughput on a secure channel.
- Efficiency: Multi-threading with web workers let you do more computational tasks in your clients’ machines.
- Offline: Client-side databases to store data so you can be productive when you don’t have an internet connection.
- Lots of other leading companies are moving to HTML5: Adobe, Salesforce, Citrix, Netflix, Twitter etc.