Getting the Best out of the HTML 5 Tools

HTML 5 had its origin in the year 2011. Being the successor to one of the most successful HTML versions yet, HTML 4.01, the language is still in the process of constant development.

HTML 4.01 has been one of the prime languages which have been enhancing the perception of website viewing for the visitors and the users since the last decade. But much of the internet has changed since 1999. These kinds of requirements have led to the development of HTML 5.

HTML 5 is based on the set standards of W3C which includes:

  • Features should be based on HTML, CSS, DOM and Java Script. 
  • The usage of Flash has been thoroughly reduced in the present versions. 
  • IT would be easier to handle the errors in this version.
  • HTML 5 should not dependant on any kind of device. 
  • The development should be open to the public. 

HTML 5 has developed certain amount of the popularity and recognition since the last few years. This is mainly due to the simplification of the development on the World Wide Web. This blog post would be dealing with some of the tools which will help the users in developing:

1. Stitches
To talk about ‘Sprites’, these are graphical objects by which the users are endowed with behaviours with. Stitches are one application which helps in generation of sprite sheets. Through a simple drag and drop solution user would click to generate style sheets as well as sprite sheets. This API is mainly compatible with the latest versions of the Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

2. Moqup
Mock ups are small improvised models or at times are prototypes, or even scribbles for website under construction. The mock ups do not define the appearance of the website, but the way the user would be navigating or even the structure of the website. The Moqup tool for HTML 5 would help in drawing sketches which can hold logo, picture and text along with the position of navigation. Through the use of these tools mock ups can be done at a very fast pace. The user would be able to store and edit any kind of Mock ups which are available.

3. Speakker
The Speakker is considered to be the perfect synchronisation between sound and the HTML 5. This HTML 5 tool helps in listen to music, adjust the volume, can have different covers for different kinds of media.

The tool is quite easy to setup. It only requires a couple of lines of JAVA script and some quantum CSS. And voila! You do have a working sound system on your own personal browser.

4. HTML 5 Video Voting
HTML 5 is dependent on applications such as at JQuery, Ruby on Rails as well as Raphael .JS. This is a tool which allows you to access the knowledge about the feedback of the user. The user has to click on the video to submit the vote. Whenever the vote is cast the viewer can move to any of the segments of the video just by clicking on the video.

5. Sprite Box
Whenever it comes to creating CSS classes and IDs from a single sprite image, this HTML 5 tool is the thing. Sprite Box fundamentally is based on the background position property for the alignment of the block images into the web pages. Made upon the basic combination of JQuery, CSS 3 and HTML 5, it works best in the latest versions of the browsers like Mozilla Fire Fox, Apple Safari, Opera and Google Chrome.

So these are few of the tools through which HTML 5 can help you in changing of the website. If you are willing to learn more about tools on HTML 5, please feel free to visit one of the finest website developers in Sydney.

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