HTML5 / CSS / Javascript documentation

One of the best tools we have at hand when developing is online documentation. Online documentation is available for many programming languages such as Java, PHP, Ruby and can also be found for application frameworks such as jQuery and Spring.

For HTML, CSS and JavaScript, I typically go to the W3Schools web site to look something up and it has been a great resource for many years. Recently however, Adobe put forth a community drivin Web Platform Docs wiki site for all related web technologies. Although the site is currently in alpha form, it seems to have gotten off to a very good start. So I suggest you head on over there to take a look and contribute if you can :)

Other sites that I typically go to for such information is caniuse.com and the HTML5 comparison of layout engines.

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