Fair This is a pretty useful guide reference to HTML5 tags. It has a good line-up and is well programmed. HINT: Make it look a little nicer. You know, arrange it nicer. It could look a lot better. The individual pages are a little hard to read and understand because they are not ordered very well.
This app is a rip-off of another app... Look up the app HTML5 reference by Nart. The creator of this app literally copied everything from there, but with horrible, impossible to read grammar and then paid a bunch of people to rate it 5 stars. What complete and utter garbage! DON'T USE THIS, USE THE REAL ONE!!!
Upon first glance This seems a great reference. I've only checked a few tags so far but you give clear definitions, which are easy to understand. Also glad to see it is available offline! Awesome! Lastly: would also like to see working examples of the tags in action. Design is an after thought
Awesomeness If you can't remember something, and its on the edge of your mind, this is the app for you. Almost all HTML 5 definitions with examples to make sure you have it correctly defined.
Excellent My suggestion is to add (for each tag, perhaps for select attributes, especially the inputs') a live example and/or image of an example. Especially great for development without internet access.
Very well done This app was great!!! Good job to whoever (i have NO IDEA WHO LIKE NOOOO IDEA) programmed it
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