HTML5 is still a developing technology and we’re barley beginning to see its capabilities in more advanced uses such as games. Though HTML5 isn’t even in its infancy yet, it’s beginning to emerge and here are 10 HTML5 games paving the way.
Edit: With the addition of an HTML5 version of Asteroids, submitted by Shkwav.
Ever since Firefox came on to the scene, its success was largely dependant on the community that sprung up around it. Developers took the browser to new levels by creating plug-ins and themes that extended the functionality and look of the browser itself.
Mozilla did well to embrace and encourage this community. And now they’ve taken another step forward by making it easier to create these plugins with the beta of a new Mozilla labs effort named Jetpack.
As web designers and developers, we’re all aware that some of the simplest of tools can make a huge impact on our day to day workflow and productivity. Using a simple browser plugin or lightweight Adobe AIR application to automate or simplify basic tasks that would otherwise be unnecessarily time consuming and redundant can reduce tasks to a split second click or drag and drop action. (more…)
I fondly remember when Firefox first came on the scene and it changed my Internet usage with tabbed browsing, themes and extensions. Years later, I primarily use Safari on my Mac, but I still have a lot of respect for what Mozilla did for the browsing world by developing Firefox. It was the start of a whole new round of the browser wars which eventually got Microsoft to start focusing on their browser once again.
There was a time when many thought the browser wars were over. Thankfully, that was not the case. Thanks to the resurgence of Mozilla and Firefox earlier in the decade, computer users today have an extensive list of browsers to choose from.
We’ve rounded up them into a nice list, categorized by operating system.