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- Detecting drag and drop support
- Using the HTML5 draggable and dropzone attributes and onDragStart event
- Exploring different events
- Receiving drops with or without a drop zone
- Creating a simple game
Skill Level Intermediate
The exercise files for this course include two small CSS files. main.css is used for many of my HTML5 application technology courses and rps.css is used specifically for this course. Let's take a look at these files. main.css is the larger of the two and this has the classes that are in common with a number of my HTML5 application technology courses. The colors that are used are borrowed from the Explore California site, which is used for a lot of the other HTML5 courses here in the lynda.com Online Training Library.
Finally, there is a few defaults for forms. Those are not used in this course, but they're used in a number of my courses. Rps.css, rps stands for rock paper scissors. This one is specific to this course and it simply has a few classes that are used for the rock paper scissors application, and in fact this file is covered in a lot more detail in Chapter 3 of this course. So those are the CSS files that are included in the exercise files for this course and as always feel free to use these as a starting place for your own projects.