Showing posts with label HTML5. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HTML5. Show all posts

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Reading Binary Data with the File API and JavaScript

As part of a series of articles I am discussing some of the challenges I faced when trying to build a HTML5 and JavaScript free online icons editor.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Building a Pure HTML5 and JavaScript Icons Editor

I've just released my first web based project. It's a pure HTML5 and JavaScript icons editor which I thought, coming from a Windows background, would be a good way for me to learn some of the capabilities and limitations of these technologies. So with that in mind, I decided I would not allow myself any server side code and once the initial page had been loaded every feature had to be implemented without any further calls back to the server.

Friday, 19 July 2013

Building a Colour Picker With HTML5, JavaScript and JQuery

I have recently been teaching myself HTML5 and JavaScript and had an idea for a project in which I would need to use a colour picker. After a little research I soon discovered the new HTML5 input types, one of which is a colour picker. Great! One problem though, although it does work very well in Chrome, it is not supported in Firefox 22 or IE10.