The HTML5 History API – Anson Parker

Anson Parker gives us the lowdown on this excellent HTML5 feature. See below for full session description and more resources.

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This presentation was recorded at Web Directions Code in Melbourne on May 23 2012.

Session description

Get the low-down on this excellent HTML5 feature and learn how you can add it to your own web projects (and why you’d want to!). We’ll also look at some of the missteps made along the way (like the 2011/12 Twitter web interface).

Resources referred to in this presentation

About Anson Parker

Anson Parker is a web developer based in Melbourne, Australia. His past has included stints at Optus and News Limited in Sydney, as well as a couple of years with a tech startup in San Francisco. Over that time he has moved from design to programming to product development. He is the man behind the domain name search engine Domize and plans on launch­ing an automotive search engine in 2012.

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