Enable & Disable HTML5 In Firefox With HTML5 Toggle

HTML5 is the probable replacement of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), which is the core markup language of the internet. However, HTML5  is still in its initial stage of development and therefore, some websites do not work when HTML5 support is enabled on a browser such as Firefox 4. A common example includes the issues that users are facing with Windows Live Mail due to Firefox Four’s HTML 5 support. HTML5 Continue Reading →

Google Swiffy Converts Flash SWF Files To HTML5 Format

Swiffy is a Google web service available from Google Labs, which allows converting Flash SWF files to HTML5 format. The conversion process is quite easy and can be useful for converting and viewing Flash content on devices without a Flash Player (such as an iPhone or iPad). Swiffy  supports a SWF 8 and ActionScript 2.0, and the output works is displayed within Webkit browsers such as Google Chrome and Mobile Continue Reading →

Aviary Supports Cloud Based Picture Editing On Non Flash Supported Devices

Aviary Image Editor is an html 5 based web service that allows editing pictures even on those devices that are not Flash supported or do not have it installed. It is an even more feature rich photo editor than the previously reviewed Cloud Canvas. It provides anything from basic re-imaging to intricate effect options. Users can upload pictures to edit from not just their personal devices but also social networking Continue Reading →