Posts by: stefan

With the release of their new PhoneGap XDK this week, HTML5 development company appMobi now provides three browser-based cross-platform development kits (as well as a web app packager) available for free from the Chrome Web Store. AppMobi released the original appMobi XDK earlier [...]

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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced a new online course for training developers in HTML5 game development. “Game Development in HTML5” begins on October 31st and runs through November 27, with each of the four weeks focused on [...]

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I came across a great tutorial over on the Lost Decade Games blog the other day, walking readers through the process of building a bare-bones HTML5 canvas game from the ground up. While the code is pretty basic for more experienced developers, those just [...]

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Mobile games have exploded in popularity over the past few years, thanks to the huge success of the iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, and other mobile devices. Games are some of the best-selling apps in the App Store and Android Market, and are huge sources of revenue for many mobile game development companies. As [...]

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According to a new study by Bluewolf, a company specializing in enterprise-level cloud technology, the biggest trend transforming the tech world this year is the explosive growth in mobile, specifically HTML5 games and web apps. 

The survey, entitled “2010-2011 Technology Outlook: The Tech Trends Transforming IT,” looks at five trends shaping [...]

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