Posts Tagged “HTML5”

Google unzips HTML 5 in a wonderful display of imagination

Posted on May 24th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

So we guess many of you saw Google’s ultra-cool doodle last month that focused on using an HTML5 zipper effect to highlight the 132nd birthday of Gideon Sundbuck who invented the modern-day zipper. A zipper appeared vertically over the search bar, allowing the user to pull the zipper down using the mouse.  At this point…

Why does HTML 5 promise to be one of the coolest things ever?

Posted on March 27th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

The new emerging standard for coding websites essentially moves your browser closer in nature to an operating system and allows designers and developers to explore native, interactive features without resorting to plug-ins to achieve the same affect. In tandem with CSS3 and JavaScript, creative designers can explore new graphics libraries like WebGL which offers some…

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