This article is the first of a three-part series on using Visual Cloud to build an interactive web and mobile app.
If you’re looking for a quick refresher, check out the first part.
In this part, we’ll learn how to use Visual Cloud with HTML5 and CSS3.
We’ll also cover the differences between the visual and the non-visual cloudx technologies, the benefits of using a non-WebKit browser for the Web app and the importance of using CSS3 to control the app.
Let’s get started!
We’ll start by looking at how Visual Cloud is designed.
We also need to include an HTML5 video element, which includes a button that lets you toggle between different web pages.
This video element is called a video tag, and it contains the following code: The video element will be included in the tag, but we won’t get to it until we move on to the next part of this tutorial.
We can add some HTML5 styling to the video element to help create a more interactive app.
In Visual Cloud, there’s an option to hide the video tag element from the HTML5 , so that it won’t be visible when the app is launched.
To do this, right-click the video attribute in your WebView.
In the context menu, click Options, and then add a new item.
In our case, the item that we added is called the element.
To add a video element with HTML, click the
This will create a video object that looks like this when the user clicks the button.
Now, let’s add some CSS to this video element.
We won’t have to worry about the id property in the video.
We will use the CSS class of the