HTML5 and CSS3 are the next big improvements which are still under development. Many designers and developers have already implemented new features from HTML5 and CSS3, which are supported in most browsers, on their websites and many are still experimenting with them.
In this “Great Collection of HTML5 and CSS3 Resources“, you will find articles and tutorials covered on different websites. Demos and examples are also included in this list. I tried my best to collect all useful and related information to put at one place. Still if you find something missing, kindly share it in the comments below.
1- Fully Skin able & Configurable Web Player: JW Player For HTML5
The popular web player JW Player now has a HTML5 version after its well-known Flash and Silverlight ones.
JW Player For HTML5 is a totally skinnable and configurable player based on the
<video> tag of HTML5.
It is built with jQuery, and for any browser without HTML5 support, falls back to the JW Player for Flash automatically.
The player can be set to display a poster image before and/or after the video.
Also, it is possible to make it auto-play, auto-repeat, start with a pre-defined volume and much more.
Considering the player falls back to Flash, the formats supported are also the ones that can be played by Flash: Continue reading
For the past few years Flash developers have been struggling to create a powerful and intuitive content management system, which would allow the developer to quickly manage and maintain there Flash sites, and also a system in which the basic end-user could edit and update their Flash websites with little or no Flash knowledge.
There have been lots of Flash CMS solutions reviews recently but they are useless for the regular users as most of us simply don’t know where and how to implement them. That’s why I have decided to create a review of Flash CMS templates solutions presently available on the market, the solutions that will allow you build your new flash website quickly, easily at without additional costs.
Silex is the first popular French Flash CMS and it’s completely free and open source! Silex is rapidly evolving, due to the international community actively contributing to its development.
Not only can you manage a Flash based web site, with SILEX you can also: create CD-ROMs, manage databases, customizing WordPress blogs, web TV, importing webmaster tools. Silex is a one of a kind mix between editing software and wiki based software.
Silex CMS “Positive” features:
- Its completely FREE & open source;
- More thank just a Flash CMS (you can also cerate CD-ROMs, manage databases, customizing WordPress blogs…);
- Multilingual support;
- Handy WYSIWYG;
- Automatic SEO system;
- Lots of free themes and components;
- Powerful admin interface.
Silex CMS “Negative” features:
- A little bit buggy;
- Built with Flash 8;
- Not very user friendly.
360 degree rotation viewer, with support for play/pause, dragging and scrubbing. The swf is easily replaceable, by updating the path in the XML or in the flashvars.
It can be used for 3D objects (like the macbook), panoramas, products detail view, fashion websites, and much more.
In order to replace the displayed swf file, you need to pass a new one. Remember: you need to have no code on your frames. The swf needs to contain only frames, in which your images are displayed one by one, exactly like in the provided fla file.
We will add a more detailed help description as soon as we start receiving questions from you, so please post your questions in the comments tab. Continue reading