Posts Tagged ‘CSS3’

HTML5 Game Development Review 2013

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

HTML5 Game Development For Android Review

HTML5 is capable of producing very good applications. A new cross-platform game was created in HTML5 to be embedded in a webview. The game used CSS3, JavaScript and the C programming language.

HTML5 data attributes were used to store game information such as audio. CSS3 was used for animations. JavaScript was used for logic and audio.


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CSS3 Rounded Corners Video 0044

Friday, February 8th, 2013

A Video for the CSS3 Rounded Corners article.
Part One of One


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CSS3 Rounded Corners

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Create rounded corners with CSS

Web designers can utilize the CSS border-radius property to make rounded corners. By default, four corners are rounded is only one value is entered.

The four corners can be rounded individually by inputting values for top-left, top-right, bottom-left and bottom-right. Two values are required for horizontal and vertical radii if rounding individual corners. Different shapes can be created by using rounded corners such as circles and shadows.


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Google drops support for old browsers

Monday, June 6th, 2011

Plans to support modern browsers

On June 01, 2011, the official Gmail Blog and the Google Docs Blogs featured a post by Google’s VP of Engineering. A copy of the post is available at Our plans to support modern browsers across Google Apps.

Google wants to take advantage of features available in modern browsers. These features include desktop notifications and “drag-and-drop file upload”. Google has set a date for when support for older browsers will end.


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