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Bundling and Minification in ASP.Net 4.5 by sreejukg

Being a web developer in these days is challenging as well as interesting. With HTML 5 specifications in place, the browsers adding more client side capabilities. JQuery is playing a major role in today’s client side development. As a developer you cannot...

Semantic Tags in HTML 5 by sreejukg

In December 2012, W3C has published the complete definition of HTML 5 specification. Already most of the browser vendors have implemented support for HTML 5 and you can expect future versions of browsers will have complete support of the specification...

Get certified for free, Microsoft offers free certification exam (70-480) by sreejukg

Recently I got an email from Microsoft regarding the free exam voucher that can be used for exam 70-480 : Programming in HTML 5 with JavaScript and CSS3. This is a great opportunity for developers to get certified without spending any money. Awesome!...

Using custom fonts in your web pages by sreejukg

From the start of web, people were restricted to use standard fonts(those are globally available in all platforms) such as Arial, Times etc, for displaying content in web pages. The main issue was that the browser did not have the capability to read the...

What is new in HTML 5 by sreejukg

Now most of the browsers have the support for HTML 5. From now, web developer’s needs to think how they can utilize the new elements arrived with HTML 5 in their web applications. In this article I am listing some major elements that every web developer...

Introduction to canvas element in HTML 5 by sreejukg

One of the new features in HTML 5 is the canvas element. Canvas is a rectangular area where you can draw various objects using the script. In a more simple way you can consider canvas as a rectangular area where you can create your own graphics in the...
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