For web designers and developers, the old HTML table is something we try to avoid like the plague. But this artist with the patience of a saint shows how these silly old-school grids can be used to create intricate pixel art. More here.
We cringe at the idea of another new Microsoft browser, but the IE9 Beta is out, and supports HTML5, hardware acceleration, and is more standards-compliant than ever. Demos here.
Much of what we’ve seen of HTML5 has been about its native video playback, but it might someday challenge Flash, as is evidenced by these early games built using the fledgling standard.
We can hardly believe it ourselves, but these beautiful animated scenes – reminiscent of the backgrounds in old LucasArts adventures – were entirely coded in HTML5 using 8-bit color cycling.
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