The latest incarnations of HTML and CSS offer many new features. For example, HTML5 includes new elements that make web pages more semantic; you can now store data offline, create editable content areas, use drag-and-drop functionality, and much more. With CSS3, you can create round corners without graphics as well as add shadows and gradients. As you know I said in a previous post that I was going to look into the arena of m-Learning and mobile based development.
Well, over the last three weeks I been reading more on HTML5, CSS3 and this cool API called PhoneGap, which Adobe supposedly has just bought (so it must be good). After a few days I finally did a mini shopping list based app. It uses the cool local database SQLite feature in HTML5, and have added CRUD functionality, so next step is to make it look prettier and I might use it as a framework in other projects for more applications (due to the CRUD).