Category Archives: HTML5

HTML 5 is the advanced version of the HTML. HTML5 adds many new syntactic features. These include the new , and elements, Other new elements are , , and etc. HTML 5 supports the various programming APIs that can be used with the help of JavaScript such as .

The canvas element (For 2D drawing), Timed media playback, Offline Web Applications, Drag-and-drop,Document editing, Microdata, Browser history management,Web Storage,
file API,File Writer and Web Audio API etc.

Learn the HTML 5

Start with canvas
Draw Path and Lines
Draw paths
Stroke and Fill Style
Bezier Curves
Quadratic Curve
Draw Shapes
Rectangle and Circle
Custom Shapes
Gradients Styles
Linear gradient
Radial gradient
Draw Text
Style and Setting
Text animation
HTML 5 supported APIs
GeoLocation API
A Simple Example

Rotate object or shape in HTML5 Canvas

HTML5 canvas provides rotate(angle) method which is used to rotate the canvas around the current origin clockwise. The parameter ‘angle’ should be radians not in degrees. You can use degree * Math.PI/180 formula to convert the degree in radians, suppose if you want to rotate canvas 45 degree you can use 45*Math.PI/180 for the angle. Continue reading Rotate object or shape in HTML5 Canvas

Starting with geolocation api in HTML 5

Geolocation is the HTML 5 API that is used to get the location of the user. You can get the latitude and longitude of the user’s location.

But the question is why this service is so useful? I will try to explain let’s suppose you are travelling a city and you have not adequate information about the routes, public transport system and other places. Continue reading Starting with geolocation api in HTML 5

How to detect the support of HTML 5 features on user’s browser

Basically Modernizr is an open-source JavaScript library that detects the support of native implementations of HTML5 and CSS3.

First time I saw the use of the Modernizr JavaScript library in my first MVC4 web application in the BundleConfig.cs file. I had started the MVC4 with the internet template. At that time I don’t know the real use of this library, later than I found that it can be very useful to take advantage of the advanced feature of the HTML5 and CSS3. Continue reading How to detect the support of HTML 5 features on user’s browser

Create the PDF at client side in HTML5

Now you can generate the PDF document through the client side library jsPDF. You can create the PDF using main built-in function such as insert image, insert text with different fonts to pdf etc. Normally user creates the pdf programmatically on the server side that may lead to decrease the performance of your web page. Continue reading Create the PDF at client side in HTML5