Html5 and CSS3
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Ah, Html5 and CSS3 are still raging fire. Html5 is nothing new, nor is CSS3. Nor are they becoming official or the standard of the day. Both had been in the working for years and as of now are still under development. Neither are radical departure from their predecessors. Rather, HTML5 builds upon the previous versions of HTML, 4, 3, 2 and 1. It aims to provide web with easier and standardized delivery of multimedia, make our web a natural canvas for everything graphical and animated; CSS3 also aims to enhance the web as the most impressive presentation form, allow things more visually pleasant and effective and yet less burden on developers and designers, thus round corners, box shadows, pretty borders and damn good-looking menus with nothing more than some CSS3.
Brain Surface and Tractography Viewer
So far, all modern browsers (excluding Chrome, of course): IE, Firefox and Safari have declined to adopt Dart. However, whether Dart would win the battle is anybody's guess.
In 2011, everyone has said one thing or two about Node.js, quite a number of projects, applications and companies have adopted Node.js. What is Node.js? What is it for or not for?
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node.js has made a splash. node.js needs bigger players (as big as twitter, as fast and furious as twitter) to flex its muscles. For linus and mac users, you are ready to play with node.js to check out its potential. For windows, hold on a minute or a year.