So as we’ve mentioned occasionally around here, we think that HTML5 app development is something that even real developers (we kid! we kid!) should be keeping their eye on as a likely method of first resort for cross-platform development and non-AppStore distribution; and here (h/t: @Dylan_Beadle) is a LIVE! ONLINE! FREE! course it might be worth at least keeping an eye on in the background every Tuesday the next 10 weeks:
Discover how to style your apps to respond to a device’s vertical and horizontal orientation, take advantage of global positioning, draw your own controls and create basic animations, make your app available to users offline, and more—in just ten weeks.
First one starts in … oh, look at that, half an hour. So unless you’re right on top of our posts, guess you probably missed that. But hey, it’s just an overview; looks like the interesting stuff starts next week, full session descriptions at the above link.
Aaaaaand while we’re discussing HTML5 development, this looks like a good place to stash some of the looking worth a followup read links in that space we’ve noted recently about the various frameworks available:
And here’s a jumble of other vaguely HTML related tips and tricks for design and device support:
And mix up HTML5 and native development:
And you’ll probably want some fonts for that; check out recent news on that front,
And just in case that isn’t enough for you to read, check out
Some pretty interesting stuff in that list!