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Getting a native App feeling with HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript, Part 3

In this third part of how to get a native app feeling with HTML, Javascript and CSS we will build a basic but solid navigation system. This is where we start building our application and influence our know-how from part 1 and part 2.

While my colleague at Point Software, François Scheurer, is working on his next article of how to make a chess game in the Scala programming language, we will use our know-how gained in the last two parts of this series to build the frontend of the game.

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HTML5 video in Scala or Java with Xuggle

Introduction

If you are looking for information to use free libraries to convert and resize video files within a Scala or Java project, you may probably have cross the road of an open source project called Xuggle .
This library is written in Java but is using native code from ffmpeg (another open source project) for the many video and audio codecs.

    This tutorial will guide you to:

  • build the Xuggle project on Debian Linux
  • write a sample class in Java and Scala to use Xuggle
  • resize a video and resample its audio
  • convert common video/audio formats to HTML5 video

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Getting a native App feeling with HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript, Part 1

Introduction

The world has significantly changed after smartphones has been released, especially after the first iPhone. Therefore mobile applications became popular very quickly. Since I own an iPhone, I was excited how people around the world got fascinated for mobile applications, also known as apps. The more frustrating it is as a web developer, not being able to write own mobile apps in a native way.

Many features native apps do support, seem to be impossible to realize only with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. In this blog series you will see, that it is possible to get the native app feeling within a web application!

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