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Building a 2D Browser Game with PhysicsJS

by Jasper Palfree

…images baseUrl: ‘./’, packages: [{ name: ‘physicsjs‘, location: ‘js/physicsjs‘, main: ‘physicsjs‘ }] }, … Okay, let’s start with our first version of main.js. Check out this Pen! Most boring game……

Tips for Getting Started with HTML5 Game Development

by Brian Rinaldi

By Thomas Palef As a developer and a gamer I always wanted to make games, but I never actually did. In order to change that I threw myself a public…

An Interview with Thomas Palef on Creating HTML5 Games

by Brian Rinaldi

…he has been creating games for only weeks, without much prior experience in game development. When you play a game he has built, it’s extremely easy to spot the patterns…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of November 11, 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

series on building a browser-based, parallax scrolling game with Pixi.js. Building a Parallax Scrolling Game with Pixi.js – Part 2 Learn how to create an online video player with DASH-264…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of October 28, 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

How to start creating a parallax scrolling endless runner game using HTML and JavaScript with Pixi.js by Chris Caleb. Building a Parallax Scrolling Game with Pixi.js See how Bootstrap 3…

Building a Successful Content Site

by Brian Rinaldi

and simply from the experience of building and running the site. If you have any experience that you’d like to share with building your own site, feel free to share….

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

…for asm.js in great detail. asm.js: closing the gap between JavaScript and native March Pixi.js is a 2D library that works across mobile and desktop devices and you to leverage…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of November 25, 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

…Walk through building a 2D Asteroids-like browser game using JavaScript and the PhysicsJS library from Jasper Palfree. Building a 2D Browser Game with PhysicsJS Gavin Lazar Suntop explains how to…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of December 2, 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

…is a simple, dependency-free JavaScript dependency injection framework supporting RequireJS, AMD and Node. infect.js phantomas is a PhantomJS-based web performance metrics collector and monitoring tool. PhantomJS based, modular web performance…

Front-end Driven Applications – A New Approach to Applications

by Cody Lindley

…Zapier or Telerik’s all in oneBackend Services if you are building an application. If you are building a website you might try something likeContentful or Prismic.   This article originally…