Posts Tagged ‘HTML5’

Our listing includes a number of excellent PSD to HTML conversion websites. Some provide a variety of different services, while others have core competencies in one or two areas of specialty.

Any one of them is in a position to make your development project a bit easier for you; quite a bit easier in many cases. Most offer conversions to Responsive code, a service that is rapidly growing in importance, especially for those who own or maintain a commercial website that needs to cater more heavily to the mobile crowd.

In any event, what you will find here generally covers the bases as far as converting design to code is concerned. It is our hope that you will find something of benefit to you, but in the off-chance you do not be sure to visit us again. We upgrade our list periodically in an effort to always bring the latest and greatest to your attention.

PSD To Manythings

The need for Responsive HTML code is becoming a must in the world of Ecommerce, as the search engines are beginning to divert more attention on the needs of mobile device users. One of PSD to Manythings core competencies is the ability to quickly and precisely convert your Photoshop design into Responsive HTML. This software development company is just a little over 3 years old, yet it has already established itself as one of the premier companies of its kind in the industry.
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  • Web developers who have been keeping up with HTML5 specs know about the fascinating range slider. It was popularized on the iPhone and has since grown into a powerful utility for the web. Below are a series of customized range sliders using CSS3 or jQuery. Everything is free and open source to use in any project work either commercial or personal.

    Rangeslider.js

    range slider js open source library

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    Dynamic websites often utilize preloading screens to guarantee that all resources are loaded before the page fully renders in the browser. Preloading screens date back to old Flash websites but have made their way into HTML for resource-heavy layouts.

    These tutorials and plugins offer a pool of knowledge for crafting your own preloading screens. The technique requires JavaScript to track HTTP requests and hide the loading screen once all the resources have completed. You won’t find this technique useful on every website but it does come in handy on large dynamic websites.

    Codrops Preloading

    codrops preloading screen tutorial open source

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    One luxury of modern web development is the access to many resources which simplify the process. HAML stands for HTML Abstraction Markup Language and is a great example of such a resource. It seems like a completely new language but the syntax is relatable to classic HTML.

    These tutorials should help you get started with coding HAML for any web project. The code behaves very much like SASS for CSS so at first it will be a little confusing – but if you really want to learn just stick with it! After some time you’ll grow accustomed to the process and it’ll become like second nature.

    HAML Intro

    haml intro tutorial guide official website

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    Remember when the original NES was released decades ago? I know the older readers can remember those days fondly. Graphics and coding techniques have improved dramatically over the past few decades. It’s remarkable how we can now build in-browser games without reliance on 3rd party companies. If you know anything about JavaScript and wish to delve further into game development, these tuts were made for you.

    I’ve collected everything from getting started to more advanced JS libraries and general tips/tricks for browser game development. This post has something for everyone and it’s never been easier to get your toes wet in the proverbial pool of Internet gaming.

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