HTML5 Development Environment Beta - State of Play

HTML5 Development Environment Beta - State of Play

Ritratto di Alan C.

Looking at client web apps using client-side web technologies, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, SVG, for apps run in any (mobile) browser. And looking at comparison with BlueGriffon (http://bluegriffon.org and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlueGriffon). First, Development Environment beats BlueGriffon that lacks full-featured script editor. But BlueGriffon is a useful IDE for HTML - For page design in Wysiwyg view there is menu of HTML5 elements to select and position on the page, that are written into the HTML source together with internal style elements (in head section) - good feature is that Style Properties sheet is made available for selected button, edit box, etc. Given the promise of HTML5 Development Environment Beta, is this the way to go?

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Ritratto di Elroy Ashtian Jr (Intel)

The goal of the Intel(R) HTML5 Development Environment Beta is to offer developers the tools to create,debug, preview and publish HTML5/web-client applications through the use of it's code editor at this time. The tool is currently in beta so new product features will be developed as time progresses.

Elroy Ashtian, Jr.
Ritratto di Alan C.

Say, let us all agree with this - time sure does progress. But maybe progress does not go with time. In original thread, point of comparison with BlueGriffon was to suggest example of the goal of the Intel(R) HTML5 Development Environment Beta - 'To offer developers the tools to create,debug, preview and publish HTML5/web-client applications...'. On the point of Wysiwyg page design and matter of selecting HTML5 inputs etc., so as to get and set style properties - Can this, as one of many tasks, be taken up as a collaborative effort involving us developers?

Ritratto di Paul Fischer (Intel)

I have not personally given the BlueGriffon tool a try, but assuming it generates standard HTML/CSS/JS files, you could certainly use that tool to create your prototype application and then import the results into the Intel HTML5 Development Environment to finish the work. We are building an HTML5 development environment with the goal that it can be used in conjunction with other tools. Today, our tool is going to be most helpful for integration of device API features (e.g., the PhoneGap API), simulation/debug of that application and building that app for deployment on a real device.

Ritratto di PONRAM

great tool happy apping

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