I realised (when looking myself) that there are a lot of demos and tutorials that show you how to drag-and-drop a file into the browser and then render it on the page. They're often labelled as "drag-and-drop and upload", but they actually don't upload. This tutorial will take you that final step.
We’ve already had a glimpse at Server-Sent Events (also known as EventSource, and I’ll switch between the two to keep you on your toes) in my Methods of Communication article from last year. In this article, I want to delve in to more detail about the SSE API, demonstrate its features, and even show you how to polyfill browsers that lack EventSource support.
I’m sure you can’t believe it, but there’s a chance for you to meet a real life HTML5 Doctor and ask them just about anything you want. Make it about HTML5, make it about related technologies/NEWT, it can even be about CSS3 – we won’t bite. It could even just be a general question like […]
We doctors are excited to announce that we’re teaming up with Web Directions @media to bring you something very special. Not only are we a community partner for the event, but several of us will be running an HTML5 clinic to help cure your next generation markup ailments. We’ve also got some great discounts for […]
Even after slaving away at the web’s operating table, the HTML5 Doctors still find time to speak about HTML5 at industry events. We’d like to make sure you don’t miss out on future chances to see the doctors in action.