Category Archives: HTML5

Build A (local) Webcam With WebRTC In Less Than 20 Lines!

WebRTC is all kinds of super ninja epic awesomesauce stuff. If you haven’t looked in to it yet, you’re going to want to get on that soon. I’d suggest starting with the HTML5 Rocks post on getUserMedia. Build Your Own … Continue reading 

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Building An Email List Component With BackboneJS

In my post about re-launching myself in to the independent life, I talked a little bit about restarting my effort to complete my Building Backbone Plugins eBook. I’ve already started down the path, reviewing existing chapters and beginning to fill … Continue reading 

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HTML5 Video: Transcoding with Node.js and AWS

I recently worked on a video project, and I had a chance to use the relatively new AWS Elastic Transcoder with Node.js.  Along the way, I learned a lot about video on the web, and I thought I’d share some … Continue reading 

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Getting Audio File Information With HTML’s File API And Audio Element

I’ve been cranking out features and capabilities on SignalLeaf for just over a month now, and it’s ever so close to being ready for some public beta testing. I do have one alpha tester, though. John Sonmez is slowly moving … Continue reading 

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10 Uses for Realtime Web Technologies

By: Brad Carleton So far, this series on Building Realtime HTML5 Apps has been fairly abstract/technical, which is great for my inner nerd. But for this final article, I wanted to focus on real life uses for realtime web technologies. … Continue reading 

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Realtime User Interface Design

By Brad Carleton This is the third installment in a series on Building Realtime HTML5 Apps. Most of the thoughts and ideas from these articles stem from my experience building bone.io, a realtime javascript framework. The previous articles focused on … Continue reading 

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Single Page Apps & Realtime, a Love Story

This is the second in a series of articles on Building Realtime HTML5 Apps. In the first article, we looked at the difference between Websockets and AJAX as transport mechanisms for data. In this article, I wanted to explore why … Continue reading 

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Browser Wars: Websockets vs. AJAX

This is the first in a series of articles on Building Realtime HTML5 Apps. I recently created a new framework called bone.io, and I wanted to share my thoughts and ideas on building realtime web applications. This series is going … Continue reading 

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Learn Some Modern Web Development With Me!

So I have this friend that is pretty dang smart and has a lot of good ideas. We were chatting the other day about some neat things we are working on and in the end I convinced Brad to blog … Continue reading 

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Building a non-native mobile HTML5 App

My co-worker Tim is writing about a recent project where he headed up a team building a mobile application as an HTML5 application. It’s a fascinating problem, especially with news of Facebook ditching their HTML5 app in favor of a … Continue reading 

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