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Learn HTML5 D and D Image Uploader

Learn HTML5 programming by building a functional Drag & Drop Uploader in this HTML 5 online tutorial.
  •   Lectures: 4
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  •   Videos: 1 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 04/2016
Includes: 30 day money back guarantee! Lifetime Access. No Limits! Certificate of Completion
What it includes?
  • 30 day money back guarantee!
  • Lifetime Access. No Limits!
  • Certificate of Completion
Last Updated: 04/2016
Languages: English
Level: All level
Video: 1 hours
Lectures: 4
4.6 (296 reviews)

HTML5 is the latest version of the older HTML mark-up language aimed at eliminating the need for multiple different external technologies to create web applications.

With the goal of making the language easier to be read by humans as well as updated to support the latest multimedia, the new version comes packed with many new features. The features include new syntactic features, integration of scalable vector graphics, support for MathML and even new Plugins and APIs.

One of the latest feature includes the Drag and Drop option that allow users to simply drag and drop files into an uploader without having to upload single files. Learn HTML5 and a whole lot more with this comprehensive course that will teach you the fundamentals of the Drag and Drop API as well as PHP and even the JQuery Filedrop Plugin by creating an actual Image Uploader.

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