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How To Get The Correct Android* Screen Dimensions

Published on August 13, 2015

By Tyler Smith

Some of the most frustrating hybrid app mobile development issues I’ve run into are caused by the fragmentation of the Android platform.  More specifically, trying to get the correct screen width and height consistently working across all Android...

The Top 14: The Most Popular HTML5 Hub Articles in 2014

Published on December 31, 2014

To mark the end of a fantastic HTML5 year, we’ve decided to take a look at HTML5 Hub content that has proven to be the most popular amongst our online fans and readers. This content was contributed by YOU, the HTML5 developer community. Here is a list of the 14 most viewed articles on the HTML5...

Developer Roundtable: What does HTML5's Future look like beyond the browser?

Published on December 6, 2014

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We have teamed up with some amazing developers to bring you their opinions on HTML5 and the future of the web.

In our latest HTML5 Hub roundtable, we discuss the future of HTML5 beyond the browser. Are you ready for a heated...

6 Developer Questions For The Brilliant Ian Devlin

By Ian Devlin

The HTML5 Hub is a community of developers united to push the boundaries of HTML5 and revolutionize digital experiences. We look to facilitate great work and great connections. By working closely with HTML5 Hub contributor Jeanine Meyer, we had the opportunity of...

Developer Roundtable: What are the biggest challenges with HTML5?

Published on October 28, 2014

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We have teamed up with some amazing developers to bring you their opinions on HTML5 and the future of the web.

In our latest HTML5 Hub roundtable, we discuss some the challenges when developing with HTML5. Are you ready for a...

Designing Apps that Run Everywhere

Published on October 18, 2014

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by Jonathan Stark

Why should developers want to build apps that run everywhere? There’s plenty of compelling reasons. Added reach, increased ROI and improved readiness to support future devices are just a few...

Developer Roundtable: When is HTML5 the Right Choice for Your App?

Published on October 11, 2014

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We have teamed up with some amazing developers to bring you their opinions on HTML5 and the future of the web.

In our latest HTML5 Hub roundtable we discuss when HTML5 is the right choice for developing applications. Are you...

HTML5 Weekly Roundup: Week 6

Published on September 26, 2014

Here are the 5 most popular HTML5 articles that we shared this week. From centering content on CSS to uncovering some of HTML5′s misconceptions, see what you might have missed. Each week we will do our best to roundup the most popular content!

1. Templates to Get Started with HTML5...

Developer Roundtable: HTML5 Misconceptions

Published on September 24, 2014

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We have teamed up with some amazing developers to bring you their opinions on HTML5 and the future of the web. In our latest HTML5 Hub roundtable we discuss common misconceptions about HTML5. Are you ready for a heated debate?

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Don't Fall to Pieces Over Fragmentation

Published on September 20, 2014

by Jonathan Stark

Fragmentation is nothing new. Developers have been dealing with it since the days of punch cards and IBM 700 series computers. Basically, it’s the price we pay for progress.

New features, capabilities and devices all put pressure on the...

5 HTML5 Hub Articles Everyone Seemed to Read this Summer

Published on September 12, 2014

As summer comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the past. We love our contributors. They are not only some of the best developers but, some of the best writers. This summer HTML5 Hub readers could not get enough of contributor articles. Here are the top 5 articles that everyone...

Let Me See Your War Face

Published on September 5, 2014

by Jonathan Stark

Cross-platform development is a popular topic. App developers get cross-platform advice pretty much everywhere they go for tools and information. It’s one thing to talk the talk, but how many developer advocates have actually walked the walk?

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