Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of HTML5: Background Processes with Web Workers.
If you have access to the exercise files for this course, you can use them to…follow along with the lessons as I present them.…In order to follow along, you'll need to upload these files to a server and add…the files on the server instead of on your workstation.…The technology presented in this course will not work without a web server.…It's a good idea to have a text editor capable of editing over SFTP on a server.…I use the excellent BBEdit or its free version, TextWrangler on the Mac.…On the PC, I use Notepad++, which is also capable of editing on the server over SFTP.…
Here in the Exercise Files folder, you'll find a folder for the various…chapters in the tutorial.…The files inside the folders are generally organized by chapter and may have…start and done files as beginning and ending places for that file.…You'll want to start with a working copy of the start file, or a working copy of…the file from the previous movie, and work with that copy so that you can start…over again with a fresh copy if you need to.…
- Deploying a worker
- Detecting browser support
- Communicating with workers
- Understanding API differences in shared workers