Monthly Archives: May 2011

HTML5 Part 5: Forms

In the years since I started web development, my use of Forms has evolved from writing a simple email form to making a complicated Resume/CV form driven by JavaScript, AJAX and PHP. When making forms, the one thing we always have to remember is that we developers are the ones pointing the users in the right direction. Forms give us the tools to create a good user experience while making sure that the user stays on the right track.

Unfortunately, when validating forms, we had to rely on using JavaScript and/or a server-side script. However, HTML5 Forms have built-in validation tools which do not require scripting. But, don’t get too excited, you will still have to write some scripts to validate some things. Continue reading


The Rapture Really Did Arrive…

Duke Nukem Forever has gone gold!

Pic by Gearbox


Sony’s Welcome Back Program

Sony dropped word detailing what those of us who are PSN members are receiving as our “Welcome Back” package. You can read the Playstation EU blog for more details.

While a free 30-day membership in  the Playstation Plus program is nice, Sony is offering 2 free games available for download via the Playstation Store. In Europe (where the Playstation Store is available), The five games you can choose from are:

  • inFamous
  • Little Big Planet
  • Ratchet and Clank: Quest For Booty
  • Dead Nation
  • Wipeout HD/Fury
There free games for PSP users, additional free time for existing Playstation Plus and Music Unlimited subscribers. For North American users, you are being offered Super Stardust HD instead of Ratchet and Clank: Quest For Booty.
I think I’ll be download inFamous and I’m torn between Dead nation and Ratchet and Clank…