The Dangers of HTML5: WebSockets and Stable Standards
New HTML5 technologies like WebSockets offer some amazing new opportunities for Web developers. But they also show how implementing unstable standards may cause more harm to a site than the benefits of the technology. What is the role of browsers and how should developers plan for when developing with HTML5?
Internet Explorer 6: What Have We Learned?
IE6 shipped more than 10 years ago, but its non-standard implementation of the shifting standards of 2001 still haunts today's developers. As the Web shifts to HTML5, and new versions of IE, Firefox and Chrome debut, have we learned the lessons of IE6?
Crank Up the Volume with HTML5 Music
With HTML5, music is making a comeback on the Web. Create amazing music site experiences where adding an audio file is as simple as inserting an image and users have more pause and play music outside a browser. The introduction of the
Handling Exceptions with ASP.NET
Exceptions can make Web applications useless from a user's perspective, but understanding how to prevent and handle exceptions can make the de-bugging process easier.
Optimize Your Web Page with CSS Sprites
CSS sprites mash up all the images used on a webpage into one large image and display only the part that contains the image wherever it's required. Using CSS sprites drastically reduces the load time of the page.