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  • Web Designing

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    avimalhotra505
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:45 am
    About Web Designing Web Designing is the process of creating the front-end (client side) design of a website including writing mark up, stylesheet, images, and the layout. A Web Designer is responsible for the Visual Part( Front End ) of a website. He should know following technologies in order to create a website layout. HTML            –>   To create page structure CSS               –>     To style the page created in html Javascript      –> To create actions on a webpage Photoshop     –> To create and edit images on a webpage.
  • Merge pull request #72 from xfq/patch-1

    Recent Commits to diveintohtml5:master
    paulirish
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Merge pull request #72 from xfq/patch-1 Update a URI on radial gradients.
  • Bounce ball

    html5 games
    Rémi Vansteelandt
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:48 am
    How many times can you make the ball bounce before falling? Just hold left or right to move, bounce as long as possible, and try to reach the top of the leaderboards! You can also play the game on your mobile device!
  • Create a Java EE Web Application using the Glassfish Server

    HTMLGoodies.com: Your source for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Web Development Tutorials and Primers!
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:36 pm
    Not long after Java first released Java Beans, the Spring Framework was introduced. Now, Oracle, the makers of Java, have fought back with the EJB 3.1 spec. Rob Gravelle demonstrates how to create a Java EE application project and configure a Glassfish server in the Eclipse IDE.
  • Editable Surface Graph by Tim Samshuijzen

    Chrome Experiments - Recent Experiments
    24 Oct 2014 | 11:22 am
    An editable surface graph. Enter a formula for determining the Z value (and color), given X, Y and time.
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    WordPress Tag: HTML5

  • Web Designing

    avimalhotra505
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:45 am
    About Web Designing Web Designing is the process of creating the front-end (client side) design of a website including writing mark up, stylesheet, images, and the layout. A Web Designer is responsible for the Visual Part( Front End ) of a website. He should know following technologies in order to create a website layout. HTML            –>   To create page structure CSS               –>     To style the page created in html Javascript      –> To create actions on a webpage Photoshop     –> To create and edit images on a webpage.
  • Design fixed navigation on scroll with CSS and jQuery

    Alex Devero
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:05 am
    One thing that can increase user experience and overall impression from your website is always prese
  • Some Tech For The Week Ahead

    lynnwiggett
    15 Oct 2014 | 11:36 pm
    Javince  – UX Specialist, Creative Background Javince specializes in UX and visual design for desktop/mobile applications and websites, with an intimate knowledge of information architecture and user-centered design, focus on cross device/platform compatibility, optimization and customized design languages. More recently, Javince has been focusing on UX more than visual design, she has intimate knowledge and understanding of User Centered Design, specialized in user/customer research, contextual inquiries, behavioral research, interaction design, information architecture, personas,…
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    danilotrindade
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:24 pm
  • Maintain Scroll on a HTML5 page

    davecaseysydney
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:51 pm
    <html> <head> <title>Maintain Scroll on a HTML5 page</title> <script src=”http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js”></script&#62; </head> <body> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <input id=”ScrollTop” value=”” /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />…
 
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    html5 games

  • Bounce ball

    Rémi Vansteelandt
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:48 am
    How many times can you make the ball bounce before falling? Just hold left or right to move, bounce as long as possible, and try to reach the top of the leaderboards! You can also play the game on your mobile device!
  • Smooth Snake

    Rémi Vansteelandt
    7 Sep 2014 | 6:27 am
    Play the classic Snake game on any device and try to reach the top of the leaderboard! Controls: swipe to move, or use arrow keys
  • Polygon Battle

    Rémi Vansteelandt
    27 Jun 2014 | 10:47 pm
    Grab your ship and fight against thousands of enemies in this classic top down shooter! Pick up power ups and get upgrades to reach the top of the leaderboard! Controls: arrow keys and space bar, or slide your finger and tap to trigger an explosion wave Developed by: Rémi Vansteelandt
  • Fast

    Rémi Vansteelandt
    2 Apr 2014 | 11:44 pm
    Try to drive your car as long as possible in 4 fun game modes: free ride, challenge, time attack, and no crash. Choose your car color and settings, and hit the pedals! Can you top the leaderboards? The game is also playable on mobile devices. Controls: mouse or keyboard
  • Cosmics

    HTML5 Player
    7 Oct 2013 | 10:18 am
    Cosmic alien invaders are only a few steps away from achieving their evil designs, and you must step into the shoes of the hero to prevent the doom. But then, there are more people shooting for the hero’s role! However, since there can be only one hero, the others have to line up as spectators, and are left with balloons that they can use to fight the invaders. The best they can do is to stay alive, as a single dying spectator will settle to the tail end of the next queued up hero. Developed by: Stefan Hartmann
 
 
 
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  • The NaMos are Coming! The NaMos are Coming!

    Michelle W.
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    November is one week away, and that means NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo are, too! If you’ve been thinking about reinvigorating your blogging or are finally ready to stop procrastinating on that book you’ve always wanted to write, these two great events (and communities) can give you the jolt of motivation you need. NaMo what now? NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo are short for “National Novel Writing Month” and “National Blog Posting Month,” respectively. In the first, writers commit to writing a 50,000-word novel between November 1 and November 30; in the second, to…
  • New Themes: Minnow and Cols

    Tammie Lister
    23 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    We’re happy to introduce two brand new free themes today! Minnow Designed by Mel Choyce, Minnow is a light, simple theme that puts your social presence front and center. A social links menu is displayed prominently below the site title and logo, so readers can easily find you on your favorite social networks. When activated, the optional Custom Menu or Widget area appear in a slide-out sidebar, making secondary content accessible while keeping the focus on your content. Learn more about the free Minnow theme at the Theme Showcase, or preview it by going to Appearance → Themes. Cols…
  • Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 7

    Mark Armstrong
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:08 am
    Here it is! A new collection of our favorite stories from across all of WordPress. As always, you can find our past collections here. You can follow Longreads on WordPress.com for more daily reading recommendations, or subscribe to our free weekly email. Publishers, writers, you can share links to your favorite essays and interviews (over 1,500 words) on Twitter (#longreads) and on WordPress.com by tagging your posts longreads. 1. What Happens When a Veteran High School Teacher Becomes a Student for the Day Grant Wiggins “I waited fourteen years to do something that I should have done my…
  • A New My Sites Section

    Andy Peatling
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:10 pm
    My Sites just got a new look, but more importantly, it got a technical overhaul, making the page dramatically faster and more powerful. From one central location, scan and select any of your WordPress sites or create new ones with the support of a more visual interface. Head directly to the posts or pages of a particular WordPress or launch stats to glimpse trends and get inspiration for blog or website content.  Access themes, user settings, and sharing options with a click to make WordPress your own. The new My Sites page is a small piece of a larger effort to make WordPress.com faster,…
  • New Theme: Penscratch

    Caroline Moore
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Today we have a brand new free theme especially for writers and bloggers! Penscratch Penscratch is a clean, sophisticated theme for sharing your writing. Whether you’re working on an analytical essay, an anthology of poems, or a piece of long-form fiction, Penscratch makes for a pleasant reading and writing experience all around. Choose between a one- or two-column layout by adding widgets, add links to your favorite social networks, customize your home on the web with a site logo or header image, or add fancy pull quotes throughout your content. Penscratch is also responsive, ensuring…
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  • Spine – Skeletal Animation for the Masses

    Serge Merzliakov
    12 Oct 2014 | 10:26 pm
    Just when I thought everyone was only interested in 3D graphics and 2D was so last century, I was recently, and pleasantly, surprised by something new. That something is a neat little application called Spine (http://esotericsoftware.com/). This is a skeletal animation tool aimed at HTML5 and mobile game developers, and seems to take its inspiration from high-end movie animation techniques. Regardless, I think the process is how any sensible person would animate sprites. Not sure why it has not been done before for the low-end (no offence!) animation community. My two cents worth, from a guy…
  • My First Game Loop and Other Bits

    Serge Merzliakov
    21 Sep 2014 | 8:37 pm
    After a lot of work, the next version of WebDungeon has been deployed here. Whilst to my disappointment it looks too much like the old version, under the hood it is radically different – it’s running a real game engine. So what’s new under the hood?A proper game loop with a fixed number of frames per secondDedicated collision detectionDedicated rendering and movement modulesScrolling when the character hits the screen edgesThe best thing about the imaginatively named ‘GameEngine1’ is that it is modular, and all the effort over the last few weeks will mean much faster iterations…
  • WebSockets are Go

    Serge
    8 Jul 2014 | 3:40 am
    It has been a long time since my last post. Life stuff beckoned and demanded my attention. Finally, I have delivered something beyond excuses. It’s not much – a simple WebSocket server that responds to requests to fetch dungeon data – but I am pleased. Dungeon data are stored on files on the server. So it’s really a small, slightly crappy excuse for a web server. The Game Server. So I am now the proud own of a small, homemade “sort-of-web-server” with a key difference – fast stateful connections. So it’s more like the beautiful supermodel offspring…
  • Thoughts on Game AI

    Serge Merzliakov
    13 May 2014 | 7:38 pm
    I have not posted anything over the last few weeks, as I have been busy writing the WebSocket server (what gamers would call ‘the game server’) to load and save the game data. This requires a lot of rather boring work saving and writing files as JSON. Oh, and writing unit tests. Writing unit tests for a hobby project seems like overkill, but my scars from previous misadventures compelled my fingers to type them out anyway. Nevertheless, like tax returns, saving and loading stuff is boring but important, so I am plugging away.I have been using the Tyrus project as my WebSocket…
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