HTML5 Trends + Cascade Server CMS by Uzo Okafor

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Hannon Hill Services Trainer Uzo Okafor will discuss the significance of HTML5 as it relates to web content management--specifically its implications for mobile and tablet content consumption. He will …

Hannon Hill Services Trainer Uzo Okafor will discuss the significance of HTML5 as it relates to web content management--specifically its implications for mobile and tablet content consumption. He will give us cases in Cascade Server and provide best practices in using HTML5. He will also talk about the HTML5 support improvements released with Cascade Server 7.0.

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  • HTML5 use in mobile devices – EmoryPodcasts on the goResponsive design
  • Mobile device vs. HTML5Show a flash-based alternative

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  • 1. HTML5 IN CASCADE BY UZO OKAFOR
  • 2. OUTLINE• HTML5 • What is it? • Where is it? • Who’s using it?• Evolution of HTML5 in Cascade 7• Demos • Video insertion into catalog • Audio podcast library• Q&A
  • 3. ANYBODY REMEMBER THIS?• Yeah, I don’t either.
  • 4. BUT WHAT IS HTML5?• The modern era of web design• Focus on rich media• Not just about text, but about the experience and interactivity
  • 5. TRENDS IN HTML5• Sales of HTML5-compatible smartphones could triple from 336 million in 2011 to 1 billion+ in 2013• Why has it emerged?• But what about Flash? • Search for it in your Google Play store • Adobe’s stance on HTML5 in relation to Flash
  • 6. TALKING ABOUT FLASH…• Embed code• Site example
  • 7. TRENDS IN HTML5• Mobile design • Ability to design for mobile in CSS • Orientation, screen width/height, etc. • Broad support across mobile devices
  • 8. RESPONSIVE DESIGN• Mobile first• Screen viewing by device type and resolution • Example: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen and (max-device-width: 480px)" href=”style.css" />• Scalable design (fluid, fixed)
  • 9. WHAT CAN HTML5 DO FOR YOU?• Browser-specific support &lt;!--[if lt IE 9]&gt; &lt;scriptsrc=&quot;js/libs/modernizr- 2.0.6.min.js&quot;&gt;&lt;/script&gt; &lt;![endif]--&gt;• Simpler code • So long to divs (if you want) • Section, header
  • 10. TRENDS IN HTML5• Current clients’ use of HTML5• 80%+ of our clients who implemented a redesign with Cascade Server have used HTML5• UCOP, Sierra College, St. Norbert, SUU • (live)• (coming soon)
  • 11. INCREASE IN USAGE• Case study: Emory• Nearly 1 million mobile visits in 2-year period from Summer 2010 to Summer 2012• 2.66 pages hit per visit• Yet makes up 4.4% of overall total
  • 12. INCREASE IN USAGE• Case study: University of Missouri – St. Louis• 2011-2012: Nearly 220% increase in mobile traffic, 800% increase in iPad traffic
  • 13. CHANGES TO HTML5 COMPATIBILITY IN CASCADE 7• Mostly compatible prior to CS 7• Improved Tidy support• New block-level tags supported• New inline-level tags supported
  • 14. BLOCK-LEVEL TAGS• Fully supported in Cascade Server 7• article, aside, audio, source, canvas, command, menu, datalist, details, summary, option, embed, figure, figcaption, footer, header, hgroup, keygen, meter, nav, progress, ruby, rt, rp, section, and video
  • 15. INLINE TAGS• Fully supported in Cascade Server 7• abbr, mark, link, output, time, and wbr
  • 16. VIDEO TAGS SUPPORTED• Width/height• Controls – Player icons visibility• Poster – Placeholder image• Autoplay• Preload• Loop• Supported types: ogg, webm, mp4• Default player will look different in different browsers
  • 17. 1 VIDEO, 2 BROWSERSChrome Firefox 14
  • 18. A WORD ABOUT CODECS…• Codec support is critical – test in multiple browsers! (Codecs are compression “software” programs associated with encoding/decoding audio and video Examples include h.264, OggVorbis, etc. for video and MP3 and WAV for audio)
  • 19. AUDIO TAGS• Autoplay• Controls• Loop• Preload• Src
  • 20. WYSIWYG EDITOR
  • 21. DEMO TIME: VIDEO IN CASCADE
  • 22. VIDEO DEMO GOAL APPROACH• Video-accessible site • Take advantage of across multiple HTML5 video/audio platforms tags• Decreased page load • Include minimal code times in Velocity formats• On-the-go video viewing
  • 23. RESULTING PRODUCT VIDEO CATALOG
  • 24. DEMO TIME: AUDIO IN CASCADE
  • 25. AUDIO DEMO GOAL APPROACH• On-the-go audio • Have files stored and listening be able to link to them• Robust yet simple way • Leverage HTML5 audio to play audio files tags to include from• Add a central page for Cascade storing, showing, and playing audio podcasts
  • 26. RESULTING PRODUCTPODCAST MANAGEMENT CATALOG
  • 27. QUESTIONS?•What are the next frontiers?•How are you using HTML5?•If not, have you considered it?
  • 28. THANK YOU! [Me] Uzo Okaforuzo@hannonhill.co m