HTML5 Developer Conference 3 Videos
HTML5 Developer Conference 3 Videos
In October, San Francisco played host to the largest gathering of HTML5 Developers in the world at the 3rd annual HTML5 Developer Conference. Marakana was there to record it. Some of the biggest names and smartest minds in the industry, like Paul Irish, Steve Souders, and Christian Heilmann came together to discuss HTML5: where it's been, where it is, and where it's going.
Whether you missed a talk or want to see a particularly awesome one again, Marakana's got you covered. We'll be releasing a steady stream of videos in the coming weeks, and you can keep up-to-date by subscribing to this post or our HTML5 RSS feed.
Ben Vinegar, Front-end Engineer at Disqus, sets out to change how you think about iframes in this talk from HTML5 Dev Conf.
GitHub Designer, Julie Ann Horvath talks about hacking together a design environment.
Derek Brans, Sr. Architect at Krux, talks about why delivering asynchronous ads matters, and how you can accomplish it in this presentation from HTML5 Dev Conf.
Mozilla's Chris Heilmann will show how we can juggle our demands and move forward towards a world where HTML5 is not a cool "nice to have", but the standard it set out to be.
Facebook's James Pearce asks "how we can help make HTML5 the reality, the instantiation of the dream we all hope it will be."
Google's Paul Irish shows us how to Iterate faster, avoid bugs through tools, and improve automated testing, and how to incorporate it all into a functional and realistic workflow.
Infinite scroll view in full three dimensions, with zero performance degradation? Changing view and control fluidly and dynamically? No problem. Watch this video.
Bear Travis from the Web Engine team at Adobe, talks about how CSS3 is pushing the web content of tomorrow via web standards.
Google's Gilad Bracha talks about the essentials of Dart, as well as where Google plans to take it down the road, focusing on mixins, reflection, and asynchrony.
ZenDesk's Mikito Takada talks about his experiences with Single Page Applications (when they've worked, when they haven't) and gives you some tips for building your own.
Shay Howe, UI engineer at Groupon, talks about how to write enjoyable HTML and CSS code in this presentation from HTML5 Developers Conference.
What lies ahead for HTTP 2.0? Ilya Grigorik, developer advocate at Google, talks about the future of HTTP and what improvements SPDY brings to the table
Hampton Catlin, inventor of Sass and original creator of Wikipedia Mobile, will take you through the design process he used for m.wikipedia.org and give you his 6 Rules of Mobile Design.
Tom Hughes-Croucher talks about how Node.JS can be used to avoid common bottlenecks and get you only the data you you want, when you want it.
Matt Kelly of Zurb talks about building beautiful websites capable of being viewed on any device.
Dirk Ginader of Yahoo! goes over his favorites CSS Precompilers and why he loves them.
Jina Bolton, of Do, does a quick run down of Sass's features, then talks about how to put them into practice.
Front end architect Michael Dale shows you some tools and techniques for delivering optimal media experiences across different integration contexts and devices.
Brian Lonsdorf of loop/recur breaks down some of the fundamentals of functional programming.
Faruk Ates talks about how true creativity often comes from within strict constraints, even in the worlds of software and UI design.
Steve Souders, Google's Head Performance Engineer, clarifies the problem of caching, and explores various solutions to make your web app lightning fast.
Learn how and why Yahoo migrated their web stack from PHP to a Node.js and Cocktails platform
Get down to the bare metal of the HTTP/1.1 spec, and learn why range requests are so useful, and how to handle them correctly.
Peter Lubbers, Program Manager for Google's Chrome Developer Relations team, presents updates and developments to HTML5.
Harrison Shoff, front end engineer at Airbnb, believes in the power of good data. His presentation focuses on ways to make data more accessible to people with little or no statistical knowledge.
Paul Trani, web evangelist for Adobe, gives a rundown of Edge Animate that highlights some of its best features and the future of interactive websites.
A Realtime Developer Evangelist from Portuguese-based company IBT, Sergio Costa talks about HTML5, Realtime, and invites you to start coding with xRTML 3.0.
Learn about the possibilites of client storage today, while keeping cross-browser support in mind.