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We’ll start off with a brief overview of HTML5 and CSS3 and take a look
at some of the new structural tags you can use to describe your page
content. Then we’ll work with forms, and you’ll get a chance to use some
of the form fields and features such as autofocus and placeholders.
From there, you’ll get to play with CSS3’s new selectors so you can
learn how to apply styles to elements without adding extra markup to
Then we’ll explore HTML’s audio and video support, and you’ll learn
how to use the canvas to draw shapes. You’ll also get to see how to
use CSS3’s shadows, gradients, and transformations, as well as how to
learn how to work with fonts.
In the last section, we’ll use HTML5’s client-side features such as We b
Storage, We b SQL Databases, and offline support to build client-side
applications. We’ll use We b Sockets to talk to a simple chat service,
and you’ll see how HTML5 makes it possible to send messages and data
across domains. You’ll also get a chance to play with the Geolocation
API and learn how to manipulate the browser’s history. We’ll then wrap
up by taking a look at a few things that aren’t immediately useful but
will become important in the near future.