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Updated: 2012-06-27T09:55:10+02:00


Creating custom HTML5 input types using regular expressions


Regular expressions provide a powerful, concise, and flexible means for matching strings of text, such as particular characters, words, or patterns of characters. A regular expression is written in a formal language that can be interpreted by a regular expression processor, which is a program that either serves as a parser generator or examines text and identifies parts that match the provided specification.

Google I/O 2012 is about to start ... but without Larry Page


Google I/O begins in less than 48 hours! Even if you're not attending in person, you can still get all the news via the live stream. Larry Page should not be on stage as he's sick (with no voice)! The first day's keynote will be at 9:30 a.m. PDT on June 27, and the second day's is at 10:00 a.m. PDT on June 28. Lots of cool Chrome and HTML5 sessions that you really don't want to miss will also be streamed live. Other sessions will be recorded and made available soon after the conference.

Validating form controls in HTML5


When you work with forms, validation of data is definitely an important aspect that may require quite a lot of effort. We often resort to mixed validation systems. With JavaScript or AJAX frameworks (such as JQuery, Dojo, and MooTools), you can make client-side validations and you can develop server-side validating procedures with server-side languages (PHP, Python, Java, and so on). Thanks to the insertion of new attributes in HTML5, you can delegate some data verification functions to the browser and reduce the effort required for these kinds of operations (at least from the client side).

Sending multiple files with HTML5 and without JavaScript or Flash


with HTML5 and with the addition of an attribute, it is possible to manage everything without using any external language. HTML5 introduces a new attribute to the file input type, multiple, to improve file upload usability. Multiple is a Boolean attribute that indicates whether the user should be allowed to specify more than one value. It’s specified inline to the markup input tag:

CSS3 Solutions book is ready !


It's about to be released the CSS3 Solutions book. Together with the HTML5 Solutions, this book provides a collection of solutions to all of the most common CSS3 problems. Every solution contains sample code that is production-ready and can be applied to any project.

Rich Web Apps with HTML5 training course


Comtaste has just published the new dates for the Developing Rich Web Apps with HTML5 training course: HTML5 - Roma 13 - 15 March 2012 HTML5 - Milano 27 - 29 March 2012 This is the outline of the HTML5 corso

HTML5 Solutions book's got three 5-stars reviews on Amazon


I've just discovered that the HTML5 Solutions book published on June 2011 has already got three great reviews on That's a great result that pay all the effort spent on this book. Thanks to all readers !!

My HTML5 Solutions book is out and ready to be ordered


One of the reasons why I've stopped blogging is due the hard work behind writing books. This is my last one: HTML5 SolutionsEssential Techniques for HTML5 Developers

My interview about the status of HTML5 has been published on Wired Italy


Recently I've presented at the Codemotion conference talking about HTML5. It's been a great conference and my speech was followed by hundreds people. At the end of the speech I've had a quick interview with and today it has been published on the portal (it's in italian language):

HTML5 is moving to an unversioned model


From the WhatWG blog you can read the following announcement: HTML is the new HTML5. It means that from now on the technology is not versioned and instead WhatWG just has a living document that defines the technology as it evolves. Because the specification is now a living document, we are today announcing two changes: