H5G is committed to sharing the community’s ideas and opinions on all things HTML5 development.
To this end, we’re beginning a series of ‘Ask an HTML5 Dev’ articles with the aim of garnering the opinion of as many of you forward-thinking developers as we possibly can, and we’re looking to cover a multitude of relevant [...]
A new book from O’Reilly, to be released in August, might teach you how to make the next FarmVille using HTML5.
JebGL provides Java-based WebGL support in browsers as retro as IE6, and integration is easy.
When you write the next World of Warcraft with HTML5, nasty networking problems like latency compensation and input prediction might be handled for you.
A WebGL demo shows that such experiences like Minecraft can be done in the browser.
Paper.js, a new library for drawing vector graphics on the HTML5 canvas, has introduced a simple, powerful API with stunning examples.
Google is sponsoring HTML5 hackthons in four US locations throughout August, 2011. Teams will build app and compete for prizes.
Google will host an HTML5 game development competition at PAX Dev, the developer-focused pre-conference conference prior to PAX.