Sometimes I love coding. Sometimes I don't.
Other times I hate it.
I'm certain that this wheeling and dealing won't stop.
So these days I'm coding a lot for prototyping a new web project. And I'm taking advantage of it to better understand HTML5 & CSS3.
Here's some great tools:
Where can I use
Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.
HTML5 & CSS3 Readiness
Infographic that shows how HTML5 support has evolved since 2008. Click away to see the spurt of growth in 2010!
Rate your browser HTML5 support!
It healps to use <canvas> element in IE browsers (damn' Microsoft)
Browser trends Statcounter
Browsers stats are based on aggregate data collected by StatCounter on a sample exceeding 15 billion pageviews per month collected from across the StatCounter network of more than 3 million websites. Stats are updated and made available every 4 hours, however are subject to quality assurance testing and revision for 7 days from publication.
Dive into HTML5
Mike Plgrim great & funny guide
Shim for lt IE 9 to recognise and style the HTML5 elements
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Online IT Degree
Design Online: Tools and Tutorials for HTML5 and CSS3