HTML5 and the Future of Mobile Apps and Gaming

HTML5 will change the way we view mobile apps, and will change the way we think about how software has to be viewed on a mobile device. It will even change the way we view desktop applications. HTML5 is the biggest game changer since Apple’s App Store. But if what I am saying is right, […]

Four HTML5 and JavaScript Frameworks To Jump-start Your App Development

Let’s just face the facts: Flash is dying, platform/browser agnostic development is in, and Windows 8 is bringing HTML5/JavaScript to desktop development. Love it or hate it, as a developer you’ll probably need to familiarize yourself with the finer points of HTML5 and JavaScript-driven application design, but where does a person start? Traditionally HTML and […]

Adobe kills Flash for mobile in favor of HTML5

That’s it, folks. Adobe Flash Player for mobile devices has officially packed up its bags and walked out the door never to be seen again. Of course, Flash for desktop operating systems will live on (and probably not all that well), but Adobe has decided that Flash on mobile devices just isn’t in the cards. […]

Google’s Swiffy Converts SWF Files to HTML5

Amidst of all the recent announcements from Google comes a lesser-known feature that’s available now in Google Labs. It’s a small service called Swiffy, and it will convert SWF (the file format for Flash) files into HTML5 versions for use in most modern browsers like Chrome and Safari. Google says the process works by first […]