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Using HTML5 For a Great Open Web - Valtech Tech Days

by Front End Developer at robertnyman.com on May 24, 2011

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  • robnyman Robert Nyman, Front End Developer at robertnyman.com Mathias,

    Thanks! With the XML prolog it depends on the use case, but yes, most of the time it’s not needed. Completely agree about .appcache, thought about that when I came to that slide during the presentation. :-)
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  • mathiasbynens Mathias Bynens, Freelance front-end developer at Qiwi Nice slide deck, Robert! :)

    Some feedback:

    Slide 7: No need for the XML prolog unless you save the file locally (or without the proper HTTP headers). See http://mathiasbynens.be/notes/xhtml5
    Slide 19: Better to use (and advocate) the `.appcache` extension instead of `.manifest`. See http://html5.org/tools/web-apps-tracker?from=5811&to=5812
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