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sapnagroup has been developing customised web applications for clients across the globe. Our applications have tried to harness the ultimate power of HTML and the web. HTML5 presents a golden opportunity for developers to take the web to the next level. We have successfully developed HTML5 applications for our clients which have made their web browsing experience much richer. During the course of developing these applications, we encountered a lot of practical issues for which there were really not many answers available on the internet.  Using trial and error, we managed to get things working and we will continue our research on this. We therefore decided to share the knowledge acquired along the way,  so that it could benefit other fellow programmers.

It was with this objective that we started the HTML5 blog.  The blog is an attempt to create a forum where developers can share their thoughts and experiences which will help developers all over the world in this enigmatic but explosive area called HTML5.

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  1. Hello,

    I’m the Editor/Curator-in-Chief for DZone.com. If you haven’t heard of us, we’re a link sharing and blogging web network for developers and designers.

    I was doing some HTML5/CSS3 blog surfing and I thought yours was super-impressive! At DZone we have this program called the Most Valuable Blogger (MVB) program and it’s very similar to Smashing Magazine’s Smashing Network for bloggers. Rather than list all the MVB benefits here, I’ll give you a link that explains the process and all its benefits: http://www.dzone.com/aboutmvb

    I also find that bloggers like to see how their content will be syndicated, so I’ve got 4 examples below of our reposts from some of our favorite MVBs. Notice the linkback in the References box at the end of each article:

    Here are 4 examples:
    http://agile.dzone.com/news/flag-argument
    http://java.dzone.com/news/primary-key-lookups-are-28x?mz=33057-solr_lucene
    http://java.dzone.com/news/storing-and-querying-rdf-data
    http://java.dzone.com/articles/scalas-parallel-collections

    Send me an email and let me know what you think. We’d be honored to have you join the community with the upcoming launch of our HTML5 Zone which is specifically focused on emerging web standards.

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