- Web Workers
Web Workers allow us to execute code on a non UI thread. The result is that the
user interface remains responsive while we are doing lengthy calculations.
- Web Sockets
One of the most exiting new things in HTML5 is the ability to start pushing data
from the server to the client. Traditionally web applications have depended on clients
requesting data from the server. And this is fine in most applications. However
there are lots of cases when you might want to push events to the client as soon
as they happen and not wait for a client to query for them. For example a stock
broker application requires traders to know about stock price changes as soon as
they happen, alerting the trader 5 minutes after the fact is no good.
jQuery-UI related demos.
- Drag & Drop
- HTML Elements