This article describes how to create a simple HTML5 chat application using WebSockets to connect to a Java back-end.
Matt Raible builds the front-end of a workout app using CoffeeScript and Twitter's Bootstrap UI kit.
This tutorial attempts to answer that - showing you, step by step, how to structure a sample application (a simplistic forum), using Backbone-relational to expose inter-dependent models from a set of REST APIs.
As Microsoft is leaving the Silverlight track and more and more focusing on HTML5 for cross browser support, solutions are coming for several existing frameworks. One of the things I’ve been looking at is the possibility of reusing existing RIA services that you currently use for your Silverlight application, and porting them to an HTML5 enabled website.