Web Design Cheat Sheet: Learn HTML5 Through a Beautiful Native App

Web Design Cheat Sheet: Learn HTML5 Through a Beautiful Native App

While at BlackBerry Live, we had the pleasure of sitting down with developer Alex who has created a native app which helps you create HTML5 apps. The app was developed under his web design company CyberBytes Inc.’s vendor account, so be sure to check out his other BFB apps as well. He used Native Cascades, so app is fluid and well laid out. With an extensive list of HTML tags and codes with descriptions, examples, and documentation, Web Design Cheat Sheet is a useful resource to make life just that much easier for web designers/developers.  It is available for download for all BlackBerry 10 smartphones, the Z10 and the Q10 (and of course the BlackBerry Q5) for free!

In addition, CSS and Javascript cheat sheets will be available as in-app purchases in future updates!  The app also includes a section with some helpful links to designers may find useful.  In case you’re not convinced, the app is Built for BlackBerry approved and is BBM connected.

Want a preview? Check out the video walkthrough below with developer Alex Bass himself.  You can also follow him at @Flip4Bytes on Twitter. As well, get the application Web Design Cheat Sheet from BlackBerry World.

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