Forget about Angry Birds! Check 10 Apps for Learning HTML5

In Ancient Times people had small range of opportunities to exchange useful information with each other. One can argue even some ancient civilizations used written language, but we should understand the main word here is “some”: most folks knew no letters. The second factor is most part literate. The sacred knowledge of letters was destined only for narrow caste. So, the information had to be transmitted mouth-to-mouth, the facts were improved with fantasies and impressions of each narrator. That’s how the myths were born. I’m not trying to say this phenomenon is bad, because I love myth for the interesting art of collective unconscious, but the concrete usefulness of the info is covert with the fantastic elements.

Why did I tell you this? To show the real value and benefit of modern technology level – cognition comes through comparison. Just imagine how many opportunities for self-education you have today, when it’s so easy to get access to any information from your smartphone. Few movements of your fingers: and you, for instance, can start learning modeling, designing, engineering or programming. As for the last point I’d like to assist you and represent 10 useful applications for learning HTML5.

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HTML5 Basic

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Learn HTML5

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HTML5 Reference Guide


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HTML5 & XHTML Mobile Reference

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Dev Pocket Reference – HTML5

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HTML5 Reference

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HTML5 & CSS Quicklook Guide

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Learn HTML – CSS – JavaScript

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HTML5 Guru

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HTML Pro Quick Guide

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I’ve tried to arrange the apps taking into consideration their difficulty level: from the entry one to more professional tier. However, all the listed apps have introduction stage, so you feel free to start with any one you like most.

The info about missing cool apps for learning HTML5 would be extremely appreciated in the comments.

About the author:

Art Rivera: Deeply interested in everything connected with Internet, I sincerely suppose the web is the only future reality for the humanity through its inevitable involving into every part of human life. I’m not a great fan of cyberpunk concept, but the world is keeping that certain direction of total connectedness. And of course there should be someone, who can write the history, who would describe and analyze and enter in the record all notable changes and tendencies on the web. Hello, it’s me.

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    awesome and unique
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    Thank for sharing.

  • ArtRivera

    Nice to know you like the digest. Good luck in learning HTML5.