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To follow along with this course the requirements are pretty straightforward. From a tool's perspective you'll need a code editor and a number of browsers for testing. You can use whichever code editor you prefer. I am going to be working with Aptana on the Mac; a free editor for both Mac and Windows. Most of our browser demonstrations and testing will be using pretty current versions of standard-based browsers like Mozilla Firefox. As the focus in this course is on some of the most recently released technologies I'll point out where you might run into a problem working with some of the more popular recent browsers.

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HTML5 Projects: Advanced To-Do List
45m 50s Intermediate Aug 26, 2013

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The HTML5 Projects series combines HTML5, CSS3, and recent JavaScript API technologies to enhance your web projects with interactivity and multimedia. This installment shows how to create a basic to-do list widget with an editable field so users can enter their tasks and delete them as they are completed, and a more advanced version with all the bells and whistles, including a drag-and-drop interface that allows for quick and easy sorting. Author Joseph Lowery covers HTML5 technologies such as web databases, content editing in the browser, and CSS transitions and transforms.

Topics include:
  • Making content editable
  • Saving edits
  • Setting up the core files for your app
  • Removing list items
  • Enabling drag-and-drop sorting
Subjects:
Design Web User Experience Web Design Projects
Software:
HTML JavaScript CSS
Author:
Joseph Lowery

Reviewing course requirements

To follow along with this course the requirements are pretty straightforward. From a tool's perspective you'll need a code editor and a number of browsers for testing. You can use whichever code editor you prefer. I am going to be working with Aptana on the Mac; a free editor for both Mac and Windows. Most of our browser demonstrations and testing will be using pretty current versions of standard-based browsers like Mozilla Firefox. As the focus in this course is on some of the most recently released technologies I'll point out where you might run into a problem working with some of the more popular recent browsers.

You probably shouldn't depend on the techniques demonstrated if your client needs to support legacy browsers like Internet Explorer 6. That's it for tools. From a knowledge perspective you should be pretty familiar with both HTML and CSS, and have a general understanding of JavaScript. I'll walk through any advanced JavaScript we use block-by-block, so you can understand what's going on under the hood. Oh and one last thing, the absolute best thing you can bring to this course is your imagination.

Although I'm going to be going through all the details of applying HTML 5 technologies to a specific project, you'll get the most benefit if you keep your mind open for other ways you can apply the same lessons to your own work.

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