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1 PeterYim comentou às Link permanente

This is a very nice demo, Bob!

2 bobleah comentou às Link permanente

@ Peter - Thanks for the feedback! The more I dig into HTML5, the more I'm impressed in what you can do with just simple client side code. I suspect we are going to see some killer PHP / HTML5 apps emerge very soon!

3 thartric comentou às Link permanente

Well done Bob!

4 bobleah comentou às Link permanente

@ Tom = Thanks! I'm having fun exploring HTML5.. good stuff!

5 romen comentou às Link permanente

How is it supposed to work? I tried with drag and drop and browse button, the image files do not show up in the palette. I tried with both Chrome and IE8. <div>&nbsp;</div> cheers <br /> romen

6 romen comentou às Link permanente

OK, I got it. Had to use Firefox. <div>&nbsp;</div> cheers <br /> romen

7 bobleah comentou às Link permanente

@ romen - I run Firefox 3.6.8 for my browser. Browser vendors are all at various levels of HTML5 adoption, which is understandable given the point we are in the specification. In my experience, Firefox appears to offer the most API coverage and stability at this time.

8 PK_Sridhar comentou às Link permanente

Bob, this is pretty nifty...Kind of like dropbox.com function

9 bobleah comentou às Link permanente

@ PK - I bet we will be seeing an explosion of HTML5 apps as the full APIs become more widely available. Looking forward to this!

10 JanetRWillis comentou às Link permanente

Hi Bob - I'm behind in my blog readings.. just now seeing this .. LOVE IT!