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  • YouTube has a global audience, so if you want to reach as many people as possible, you’ll have to make sure subtitles are available for your videos. You’ll want closed captioning to reach the deaf and hard of hearing, too. Thankfully, that process has shifted from relatively easy to an absolute breeze in recent months. Here’s how to make it happen.
  • The Web is evolving fast: new features, formats, user needs, continuously change the way we interact with websites. In this post I want to suggest you some interesting emerging techniques every web developer should know in order to build modern web applications.
    HTML 5 Offline Application

    The HTML 5 specification introduces a lot of new features that radically improve the way users interact with websites and web applications. With HTML 5 developers can build easily offline web applications by using a SQL database API and an offline application caching API for storing data locally (by using a client-side SQL database) and allowing applications are available even when users are offline. This technique use a .manifest file and JavaScript to get an update of the cached files when is not available a connection to the server.

  • Sure, we’re all plugged in and online 24/7. But fewer American kids are growing up to be bona fide computer geeks. And that poses a serious security risk for the country, according to the Defense Department.

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