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How to Make an HTML5 iPhone App

All you need to know if you are really serious about learning How to Make an HTML5 iPhone App, are a working knowledge of HTML 5, CSS and JavaScript. The work is usually done offline because you need to use the application when the phone isn't to the internet. This way, a customised start-up screen and a customised icon is made available to the user.
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Developing offline web apps with HTML5

As of now, HTML5 Offline Web Applications are compatible with all major browsers but not with Internet Explorer. FireFox, Google Chrome, Mozilla, Safari and even iPhone Safari support HTML 5 offline web applications.
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Using DOM sessionStorage and localStorage to persist larger amounts of info

The world is such a vast place that repeated interaction with it places us in contact with a vast and huge data. This data is important for us for future statistics and analysis. With the advent of the HTML, in came a new system of storage of information and data, DOM. It was developed keeping in mind the limitations that are placed by the size of JavaScript cookies on the client side server.
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Cross Browser HTML5 Drag and Drop

With the advent of modern browsers, a slight alteration had to be made in the structure. A change was reflected in Cross Browser HTML5 Drag and Drop when the component was supplied by companies like Microsoft, Apple and Mozilla.
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Drag and drop - html5tutorial.com

Drag and drop - is a new feature of HTML5, used typically in shopping carts and other places where the user needs to drag an entity over the webpage. It works very well over all modern browsers like FireFox 3.5 and Safari.
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Drag Drop with HTML5

Drag Drop with HTML5 enables the use of traditional drag and drop in contemporary browsers. They are now much easier to code and write. The important point here is that just about anything could be drag able on a page. The application finds application in creating games like chess where the pieces have to be moved from one place to another. Drag and drop makes it easier for the user to drag an object or a file to the trash and drop it there with ease.
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Creating a quick and dirty jQuery contentEditable Plugin

The plethora of text and content on websites makes it incumbent to opt for editing and restructuring of the content. Creating a quick and dirty jQuery contentEditable Plugin also enables the updation of content the content. The best thing about using contentEditable is that it is able to maintain the original structure of the text while it provides live editing and sifting of content.
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The Road to HTML 5: contentEditable

The Road to HTML 5: contentEditable implies that the content in client-side in-browser is available for editing. The facility is available over all major browsers. HTML is governed by two attributes of designMode and contentEditable. While the former has its dominance over the entire document, contentEditable attribute has control only over the element with which it occurs. It exercises the control of an editor over a page/document.
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Make Any Content Editable With JavaScript

Make Any Content Editable With JavaScript implies that virtually any specific element of the content could be made editable by simply adding the contentEditable property to the structure. The contentEditable property of HTML 5 is harnessed to its full potential here. It is supported by all major modern browsers.
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In-place editing with contentEditable property and jQuery

In-place editing with contentEditable property and jQuery provides avenues for the editing of content in its place, without it being shifted to an editor application. This is brought about by the use of the contentEditable property and jQuery.
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