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HTML5: Up and Running
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HTML5: Up and Running
by Mark Pilgrim
Copyright © 2010 Mark Pilgrim. All rights reserved.
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Published by O’Reilly Media, Inc., 1005 Gravenstein Highway North, Sebastopol, CA 95472.
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Production Editor:
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Emily Quill
Indexer:
Fred Brown
Cover Designer:
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Interior Designer:
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Printing History:
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Preface  ......... ......... ......... ......... ........ ......... ......... .......  ix
1. How Did We Get Here? ..... ......... ......... ......... ........ ......... ..  1
Diving In
1
MIME Types
1
A Long Digression into How Standards Are Made
2
An Unbroken Line
7
A Timeline of HTML Development from 1997 to 2004
9
Everything You Know About XHTML Is Wrong
10
A Competing Vision
11
What Working Group?
12
Back to the W3C
13
Postscript
14
Further Reading
14
2. Detecting HTML5 Features .. ......... ......... ......... ......... ........  15
Diving In
15
Detection Techniques
15
Modernizr: An HTML5 Detection Library
16
Canvas
16
Canvas Text
17
Video
18
Video Formats
19
Local Storage
21
Web Workers
23
Offline Web Applications
23
Geolocation
24
Input Types
25
Placeholder Text
27
Form Autofocus
27
Microdata
28
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Further Reading
29
3. What Does It All Mean? ...... ......... ......... ......... ........ ........  31
Diving In
31
The Doctype
31
The Root Element
33
The <head> Element
34
Character Encoding
35
Friends and (Link) Relations
36
New Semantic Elements in HTML5
41
A Long Digression into How Browsers Handle Unknown Elements
42
Headers
45
Articles
47
Dates and Times
49
Navigation
51
Footers
52
Further Reading
54
4. Let’s Call It a Draw(ing Surface) ... ......... ......... ......... ......... ...  57
Diving In
57
Simple Shapes
58
Canvas Coordinates
60
Paths
61
Text
63
Gradients
67
Images
70
What About IE?
73
A Complete Example
75
Further Reading
79
5. Video on the Web ...... ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ... 81
Diving In
81
Video Containers
81
Video Codecs
83
H.264
84
Theora
84
VP8
85
Audio Codecs
85
MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3
86
Advanced Audio Coding
87
Vorbis
87
What Works on the Web
88
Licensing Issues with H.264 Video
90
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Encoding Ogg Video with Firefogg
91
Batch Encoding Ogg Video with ffmpeg2theora
98
Encoding H.264 Video with HandBrake
100
Batch Encoding H.264 Video with HandBrake
107
Encoding WebM Video with ffmpeg
108
At Last, the Markup
110
MIME Types Rear Their Ugly Head
113
What About IE?
114
A Complete Example
114
Further Reading
115
6. You Are Here (And So Is Everybody Else) ...... ......... ......... ......... .  117
Diving In
117
The Geolocation API
117
Show Me the Code
118
Handling Errors
120
Choices! I Demand Choices!
121
What About IE?
123
geo.js to the Rescue
123
A Complete Example
125
Further Reading
126
7. The Past, Present, and Future of Local Storage for Web Applications . .........  127
Diving In
127
A Brief History of Local Storage Hacks Before HTML5
128
Introducing HTML5 Storage
129
Using HTML5 Storage
130
Tracking Changes to the HTML5 Storage Area
131
Limitations in Current Browsers
132
HTML5 Storage in Action
132
Beyond Named Key/Value Pairs: Competing Visions
134
Further Reading
135
8. Let’s Take This Offline ..... ......... ......... ......... ......... ........  137
Diving In
137
The Cache Manifest
138
Network Sections
139
Fallback Sections
140
The Flow of Events
141
The Fine Art of Debugging, a.k.a. “Kill Me! Kill Me Now!”
142
Let’s Build One!
145
Further Reading
146
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9. A Form of Madness .... ......... ......... ......... ........ ......... .... 147
Diving In
147
Placeholder Text
147
Autofocus Fields
148
Email Addresses
150
Web Addresses
151
Numbers As Spinboxes
153
Numbers As Sliders
155
Date Pickers
156
Search Boxes
158
Color Pickers
160
And One More Thing...
160
Further Reading
161
10. “Distributed,” “Extensibility,” and Other Fancy Words .... ......... ......... . 163
Diving In
163
What Is Microdata?
164
The Microdata Data Model
165
Marking Up People
168
Introducing Google Rich Snippets
174
Marking Up Organizations
176
Marking Up Events
180
The Return of Google Rich Snippets
184
Marking Up Reviews
185
Further Reading
189
Appendix: The All-in-One Almost-Alphabetical Guide to Detecting Everything ....... .  191
Index ....... ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ........ .........  201
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