#html5

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Shall we use #plyr and #PhotoSwipe in Anahita 4.3 too before the birth release? #html5
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  • September 15 2015
This article is more relevant than ever: Best Practices for a Faster #WebApp with #HTML5 http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/speed/quick/
The new lightweight #HTML5 #editor in Anahita
So any node that uses the editor will wrap the lines in p tags. All the content plugin regex needed to be updated to function properly with or without them. For the other nodes that use plain textarea, the newlines will be replaced with br tags while rendering. This way we will no longer need to use the p tag content plugin for all the nodes and that should give us a slight performance boost to...
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Is it about time to rely on HTML5 form validation?

It seems to be available on all the mainstream and recent desktop and mobile browsers. It will be one less plugin included in the library. Do you think it is about time to rely on HTML5 form validation?

#html5 #validation

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html5 for Anahita

In your opinion: what would go horribly wrong if we rewrote all the Anahita layouts and UIs in #html5?

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  • November 09 2016
A simple #HTML5 #MediaPlayer with custom controls and WebVTT captions http://plyr.io
And all of a sudden we have a custom #html5 #editor
and the work on implementing and incorporating a new #html5 #editor continues #hackathon
Implementing the user form registration and account update is taking longer than I expected mainly because we are going to use #HTML5 #Validation and #JQuery, but we've had progress.

html5 for Anahita

It depends if you just want to rewrite everything in a more semantic and accesible way, the risk is minimal using #html5 #shim, in what concerns in styling (UI). I'd love to help with it! PS: Now if you're talking about using some working draft specs of ecma scripts and CSS (like flexbox as example) we need to do a little more research.
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  • February 09 2012
going to fix the multiple photo uploader in #Anahita Photos 1.6-branch. I wish #IE users were #html5 compliant. #socialapp

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