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#1 BenW


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Posted 16 September 2012 - 11:58 AM

This is a list of resources specifically for HTML5. Feel free to add to it if you know other great HTML5 resources.

New Users

The New Standard for HTML - The W3Schools introduction to HTML5.
WTF is HTML5 - An infographic about HTML5.
Introduction to Canvas in HTML5 - How to use the Canvas in HTML5.
Canvas & Drawing in HTML5 - How to draw basic shapes on the Canvas in HTML5.
Canvas Demos - Canvas tutorials and demos in HTML5

Design Tricks

Backwards Compatibility with Unsupported Browsers - A way to make outdated browsers (IE8 and below) run HTML5 code.

HTML5 Demos

HTML5 Demos - Many small demonstrations of HTML5. Source provided with highlighting.
HTML5 Games - A collection of games built in HTML5
Score Rush - A port of an Xbox game built in HTML5. Worth a look for the stunning graphics (you'll need a decent PC and an up to date browser).
HTML5 Command and Conquer - an ongoing work to port the original Command and Conquer game into HTML5.
HTML5 HTML5 Presentation - A presentation about HTML5 that was made in HTML5.
Video EXPLOSION - Explode a video as it's playing through HTML5.

HTML5 Game Development

Game Development Tutorials in HTML5 - News and tutorials for HTML5 game developers.
HTML5 Game Devs Tutorials - Tutorials on making games with HTML5.
The Reality of HTML5 Game Development - An in-depth look at HTML5 as a gaming platform, written by PhotonStorm, a high profile casual game developer.
Impact - A game engine for HTML5. License costs $99 but includes a level editor, iOS publishing tools, and debug tools.


HTML5 Browser Test - Check how well your browser supports HTML5.
The History of HTML5 - HTML5's history in infographic form.
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#2 JonElias


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Posted 28 June 2014 - 03:24 PM

i think you should add w3schools.com

it have examples on everything you can do in html

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Posted 03 August 2014 - 08:58 PM

Thanks for the Great Collection

It really help me a lot

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Posted 14 July 2016 - 02:45 AM

A collection of basic, free HTML5 templates. HTML5 Rocks. Includes tutorials, resources, and a playground for experimenting with HTML5.

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Posted 26 October 2017 - 12:54 AM

This is an extremely useful compilation of resources. Thank you for the hard work!

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