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Saturday, October 8
 

9:30am

The Possibilities of Display Box and WebKit Animation

If you have space on screen, shouldn't you be using all of it? For a long time web designers have been scaling to fit the width of desktop screens, but today mobile introduces the issue of height. Learn to be more flexible with your design using the Display Box and Webkit animations, and avoid the limitations previously presented by tables, inline blocks and more. Find out which browsers can handle this technology and how to make the most of it in your work.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 9:30am - 10:20am
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

10:20am

Modernizr, YepNope, and Pollyfills

HTML5 is great. Everyone thinks so. You just can't wait until the web has enough support for it, right? Well, there are plenty of tools you can use to make that dream a reality. Learn how to build on the HTML5 stack without looking behind your back the whole time. Modernizr provides the ideology behind doing this. Yepnope (Modernizr.load) provides the means for making it fast, and the polyfills do all the hard work to make your app consistent and beautiful... today.


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avatar for Alex Sexton

Alex Sexton

JavaScript Lover and yayQuery Co-host.


Saturday October 8, 2011 10:20am - 11:10am
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

11:20am

HTML5 Video

What is HTML5 Video and how is it different from what we are used to? Does it work the same on all browsers and on all devices?  What problems does it solve, and what issues does it have? This is the web, so it's open source right? In this presentation, we will address these questions and provide some basic terminology for understanding how video works. We'll show how to embed HTML5 Video, and how to implement work-arounds for older browsers.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 11:20am - 12:10pm
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

1:00pm

Fun and Games with CSS3

I'd like to demo some highly creative concepts you can achieve using CSS3. Examples aren't as practical as they are inspiring, showing off the possibilities of CSS3 and touching on components like animation, media queries, masks, transforms, transitions, and 3D. The audience should walk away with new awareness and the desire to implement some of this eye candy in a practical manner.


To give you an idea of what would be highlighted, I have listed links to my public sandbox where I experiment. I may use some of the concepts listed below, but the presentation will definitely be much more visually enticing:

  • http://css3playground.com/flip-card.php
  • http://css3playground.com/slinky.phphttp://css3playground.com/mosaic.php

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Saturday October 8, 2011 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

1:50pm

HTML Motion Design with Adobe Edge

HTML5 and CSS3 are hot, driven by an explosion of new, Internet connected devices.  While they offer many new features that should allow you to do the types of things that you previously did in Flash, actually making it happen is really hard.  Until now. | Edge is a new app from Adobe that gives you powerful tools to create beautifully animated content using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.  Edge is both powerful and easy to use, featuring an advanced timeline editor that is designed for productivity and ease of use, and is reminiscent of After Effects.  Edge allows you to open existing HTML documents and enhance them, as well as create new ones from scratch.  Edge is currently in Preview and is available free for download from labs.adobe.com/technologies/edge. | In this session, Mark Anders, an Adobe Fellow who leads the Edge Development Team will take you through the features of the latest Edge Preview and not only show you how to use them, but explain the thinking behind them.  This is a rare opportunity to not only learn about Edge from the source, but to give feedback and influence the design of a new tool under development.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 1:50pm - 2:40pm
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

2:40pm

HTML5 JavaScript On Crack

Let's take a deep dive into the ugly nitty gritty details of some of the most complicated and advanced JavaScript APIs that HTML5 has to offer, including, but not limited to:

  • localStorage/sessionStorage
  • webSQL
  • applicationCache
  • drag & drop
  • web workers
  • web sockets

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Saturday October 8, 2011 2:40pm - 3:30pm
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

3:30pm

Writing Less Code with CSS3

The entire suite of HTML5 technologies has been touted as a Flash-killer, for good reason. In the same way, CSS3 by itself is a bit of a JavaScript-killer. Not in a bad way! All that nuisance JavaScript you had to write? All those things so common it drove you nuts there wasn't a simple, native attribute to wire them up? The things you had to mix in with your client-side application logic, even though they had nothing to do with it? You can do a lot of them with just CSS3. 


CSS3 also provides huge savings in terms of the HTML needed for a page, but the interactivity it provides - in a way that keeps presentational logic isolated - is pretty darn handy. We'll dive into the cool new tools we have to control dynamic styling, clean up our JS, and save ourselves some coding.


Speakers
G

garann

JavaScript developer, unreliable narrator, friend to all cheeses.


Saturday October 8, 2011 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Jones Auditorium (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704