Amazon Web Services is a wonderfully powerful and affordable way to host files on the Internet. The one small problem is the documentation just plain sucks. Recently, I started the move of transitioning my company’s videos off of YouTube and onto Amazon’s S3 and CloudFront services. While I had used S3 before, I’d never used CloudFront, which makes a huge difference in performance. Regardless, I needed a little guidance setting it all up and came across the article below, which was perfect for configuring everything.
Posts Tagged ‘HTML5’
This really seems like a winner. I need to take a few hours in a coming weekend to give it a try, to have enough familiarity with it to have in the back of my mind for a project that it would work with. It really seems too good to be true.
Their web site’s home page does a good job of boiling it down:
Jo was made for apps, not websites.
This is all a formality. It’s all about browser support (and sadly, legacy browser support), but it is cool to see this early Christmas present about the HTML5 Spec.
Came across this site several weeks ago, but have been just way too busy to get it posted. HTML5 Please is a great HTML reference (along with CSS and API) that I’d put up there as an equivalent to the CSS awesomeness of caniuse.com. Very useful and recommends when to avoid, when to use polyfills, etc.