Google Shows Its HTML5 Love with New Site

    June 22, 2010
    Chris Crum

Google has created a new resource for developers looking to use HTML5 in their work. The site is called HTML5 Rocks and has launched with nine tutorials on HTML5 features.

In addition to step-by-step tutorials, HMTL5 Rocks features an interactive presentation and a code playground where you can experiment with APIs.

HTML5 Rocks - A new site from Google

The site keeps a running tab of latest additions to the tutorials section, right on the front page, and points to additional HTML5 resources for developers.

The site, the code playground, and the presentation are all open source, and Google encourages people to contribute themselves.


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