SF HTML5 is focused on next-generation web technologies, specifically HTML5, WebSocket, CSS3, JavaScript and so on. We're exploring ways to build a richer user experience.

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  • Web Audio with Chris Wilson (on Google Developers Live)

    Thu, 9 Aug 2012, 16:00 - 19:00 in San Francisco, United States

    Learn all about Web Audio on Google Developers LiveImportant: this event will be live streamed from the GDL studio. You cannot attend in person.Tune in this Thursday at 9 a.m. PST for part one of a two-part series about Web Audio. Google's Chris Wilson, Jan Linden, and other Web Audio experts will show you how Web Audio works and how to use it in your applications. There will be a Q&A session at the end to answer all your questions.

  • Viewports with PPK

    Sat, 7 Apr 2012, 01:00 - 03:00 in San Francisco, United States

    Please read the important notes about our venue at the end of this post.Update: Adobe have decided to waive the NDA for this event.--We're extremely fortunate to host internationally-known mobile guru Peter Paul Koch (@ppk) join us from Amsterdam.About the TalkA pixel is not a pixel.Viewports are pretty easy on desktop: they're the browser window. Thus, an element with width: 10% will span 10% of the browser window, while width: 100px just means a width of 100px.

  • Fast HTML5 Web UIs for Every Device with Boris Smus

    Fri, 30 Mar 2012, 01:30 - 03:30 in San Francisco, United States

    *** The location will be announced soon, and will be in San Francisco proper.About the TalkResponsive web design is great for web pages, but falls short when developing complex web apps. In this talk, Boris Smus (@borismus) will cover his experiences writing real HTML5 apps for the cross device web.

  • What's New in HTML5 Media with Eric Bidelman

    Fri, 20 Jan 2012, 02:30 - 04:30 in San Francisco, United States

    About the TalkThis session will cover some of the bleeding edge features in HTML5 Media. Digging into new APIs that allow you to build smart, more intelligent applications. We'll focus on real-time communication (WebRTC), Full screen, and rich media APIs like the Web Audio API.About the SpeakerEric is a Developer Programs Engineer on Google's Chrome Developer Relations team.

  • Prototyping Responsive HTML5 Web Apps with Matt Kelly

    Wed, 23 Nov 2011, 02:30 - 04:30 in San Francisco, United States

    About the TalkMobile traffic is already overtaking desktop traffic in some parts of the world, and soon it will in the U.S., but the barrier for some people to create sites that work across devices can seem too high. Building prototypes for web sites and web apps is getting harder, and the need to have a working prototype to use and get feedback on is more critical than ever.In this talk, we'll focus on solutions for rapidly prototyping for all devices at once.

  • A Snapshot of the Mobile HTML5 Revolution with James Pearce

    Fri, 28 Oct 2011, 01:30 - 03:30 in San Francisco, United States

    The premise and the promise of using web technologies for building mobile apps is well understood. But are we there yet? This presentation takes an honest look at the state of the art of mobile standards and implementations. We discuss what can be built, what has been built - and of course what will soon be possible - with these exciting tools and approaches.About the Speaker: James PearceSenior Director of Developer Relations, SenchaJames (@jamespearce)

  • Modernizr with Faruk Ates

    Fri, 30 Sep 2011, 01:30 - 03:30 in San Francisco, United States

    The future is in reach with ModernizrThe Web is undergoing many changes on both a platform and a technological level. Developers are gaining access to more exciting features than they can keep up with, but the explosive growth in diversity of the browser landscape has made supporting users more difficult and complicated than ever. Or has it?Modernizr arrived two years ago to show us a different approach, one that is more in line with “mobile first” (or “content first,” really)

  • HTML5 Dev Conf

    Tue, 27 Sep 2011, 15:30 - 17:30 in San Francisco, United States

    Just announced! The Silicon Valley International Game Developers Association are putting on a new HTML5 conference on 27 September 2011 at the Westin Hotel in San Francisco.There will be keynotes by Doug Crockford and Ben Savage. The lineup of speakers includes a number of San Francisco HTML5 User Group speakers who will be familiar to you, such as Steve Souders, Michael Mullaney, Estelle Weyl, and Peter Lubbers, as well as many others you may not have seen before.

  • Learn about CSS Animations

    Fri, 29 Apr 2011, 01:30 - 03:30 in San Francisco, United States

    We already had a taste of CSS3 back in July, and we are ready for more. Michael Mullany, from Sencha (which makes HTML5 based SDKs and tools), generously offered to take up deeper into the world of CSS Transforms and Transitions - a.k.a. eye-candy :-)Animations are built on top of CSS Transforms and Transitions, and provide a keyframe-based animation technology for web page animation.

  • HTML5 Microdata–Easily Add Semantic Meaning to Your Site

    Fri, 1 Apr 2011, 01:30 - 03:30 in San Francisco, United States

    With just a few simple lines of code, easily memorable HTML5 Microdata allows you to mark up pages with semantic meaning without having to worry about complexities normally associated with RDF implementation. You can easily mark up an article with semantic meaning utilizing HTML5 Microdata to specify if it is an event, organization, product, person and more.

  • Porting a Flash RIA Site to HTML5

    Tue, 22 Mar 2011, 02:00 - 04:00 in San Francisco, United States

    case study: porting a Rich Internet App site over to HTML5.- advantages- difficulties- time frame (work-hours)etc

  • Overview on AppMobi - Native mobile apps cross device cross platform

    Wed, 9 Mar 2011, 03:00 - 05:00 in San Francisco, United States

    Overview on AppMobi - Native mobile apps cross device cross platformDiscussion on mobile app development platforms and mobile app development challenges. How we solve that gap that uses css/html5 and JavaScript to create native apps and games.Includes free test bed / sand box and droid build (native code for free)

  • Learn about Chrome Web Store and Chrome OS

    Fri, 25 Feb 2011, 02:30 - 04:30 in San Francisco, United States

    For our Feb 24th event we have something special in store for you... you get to learn about Chrome OS and Chrome Web Store... directly from Google!The Chrome story doesn't stop with just the browser. Chrome is a platform, with the Chrome Web Store providing a consumer friendly web app store and Chrome OS bringing you closer to the web than everbefore.

  • Introduction to HTML5 (the 30,000 Foot Overview)

    Sat, 29 May 2010, 02:00 - 04:00 in San Francisco, United States

    We've been overwhelmed by the incredible interest in the new San Francisco HTML5 User Group! There have been some great meeting topic suggestions, but we thought it would be best to start with an introduction. In this first HTML5 user group meeting, HTML5 trainer Peter Lubbers--co-organizer of the SF HTML5 User Group and co-author of the book Pro HTML5 Programming--will give you a high-level overview of HTML5. Topics include: *What is HTML5? *History of HTML5

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