All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘HTML5’

Google’s Games Chat Show Is Back For A Third Episode

It’s been a while since Google last graced us with its wonderful Games Chat show. If you’re new to it, be prepared for 45 minutes of Google gamers and game developers talking about trends in the industry and browser game development. This week’s episode tackles more topics relating to game development on the Web. The group discusses the single sign-in …

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Atari Embraces HTML5 In Internet Explorer 10

I know it may seem unreal, but Internet Explorer is actually a decent browser these days. The latest iteration – IE10 – is already available in preview form on Windows 8. Once it launches, it will be expose millions of Internet users to the power of HTML5. To show off that power, Microsoft has partnered with a legend in gaming. …

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Firefox Update Brings Big Improvements To HTML5 Games

Mozilla, like Google, has been investing heavily in HTML5 development. One of the best ways to show off the latest improvements in HTML5 and WebGL development is through the creation of games. With the latest release of Firefox, the browser is finally ready to tackle the holy grail of game development – the first person-shooter. Mozilla internally developed a game …

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You Can Kind Of Play Quake 3 In Chrome Right Now

HTML5 continues to expand as it aims to take over the entire Internet in the next few years. One major stumbling block, however, has been the development of core games in HTML5. It’s easy to create games like platformers and puzzle games because they rely on simple keyboard or mouse controls. Other genres like first-person shooters were much more difficult, …

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Check Out Google’s New Game Show

Google has a new game show, and no, it’s not something like “Figure It Out.” It’s a show about games – video games to be exact. It’s nothing new for Google as they run a weekly show on their Android developers channel that discusses the latest games hitting the Android platform. The new show from Google, however, is more about …

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Internet Explorer 10 Shows Off Its HTML5 Might With Pulse

Microsoft is really pushing Internet Explorer 10 as we near the launch of Windows 8. The newest version of the infamous browser promises to be faster, more secure and just all around more awesome than any of its predecessors. Whether that is the case or not remains to be seen, but the recent announcements definitely make it sound more enticing. …

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Google Proves That HTML5 Can Be Just As Artsy As Flash

I grew up watching a lot of flash animation on sites like Newgrounds. That experience is what turned me into such an animation fanatic and I love that we have the tools for amateur animators to share their creations with the world. Flash was the tool of choice for most short animated films, but HTML5 might be the new leader …

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Sit A Spell And Let Me Tell You The Tale Of HTML5 [Infographic]

Since its introduction in 2008, HTML5 has been heralded as the future of the Web. No longer would we be held back by individual plugins like Flash. The Web would be a free and open place with the many APIs provided by HTML5 leading the way. Where did the Web revolution start and where is it going? Let this lovely …

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Johnny (HTML) 5: Google Introduces New Robot

HTML5 was a big theme during today’s Google I/O keynote. Chrome was a big theme as well. It seems fitting then, that Google would unleash a lego robot, which talks to a Chrome app using Javascript and HTML code. It also seems fitting that it would be named Johnny(HTML)5. If you don’t get the reference, watch Short Circuit. This post …

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Facebook’s Ringmark Goes Completely Open Source

HTML5 and Open Source software are the future. Even if the old guard of software development don’t want to admit, it’s an inevitability. Facebook has helped move us along towards the future of Web and the power of the mobile Web with its Ringmark tool. Now the social network is giving Ringmark to the people. Facebook announced yesterday that they …

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What the Next Wave of Online Video Holds

Do you remember when online video first began to take off? In its infancy, it was very simplistic and mostly consisted of marketing promotions. If you fast-forward to today, online video is a completely different story. Now, it is of very high value that is comparable to the quality of TV and movie content. While it’s exciting to see how …

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LinkedIn Shares HTML5 Infinite Scrolling Tips

LinkedIn debuted their iPad app, while getting attacked by Syrian hackers, last week to praise for its clean presentation while taking advantage of the iPad’s strengths. One of the major features of the iPad app is its infinite scrolling through the use of HTML5. The engineering team went through a lot of variations to reach the end product and are …

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