HTML5 Grind was created to solve a problem. When I started, there wasn’t a single site for the latest news, research and tutorials related to HTML5 game development, and I wanted one. The following month, along with hundreds combined of comments, emails and Twitter replies, showed that the interest in this sort of thing extended far beyond myself.
Unfortunately, playing the role of editor, writer, researcher and interviewer required too much time — even despite help from some fantastic people. I would love to continue researching and writing but I cannot deliver at a frequency and quality level that meets my satisfaction.
Instead, please follow along at some other wonderful sites which I have found useful:
- HTML5 Rocks
- BBGameZone forums
- Chrome Experiments
- Learning WebGL
- Browser-based games on Quora
- Mozilla Labs: Gaming
Thank you all for your comments, tweets, email, chats, tips, leads, heads-ups, and interview answers. Your interest is appreciated immensely.
Ian Langworth has been making web sites since before HTML had tables and Photoshop had layers. He wanted a single place to go for news and information related specifically to HTML5 and game development, but one didn't exist, so he started the HTML5 Grind.