HTML5 GAMES

HTML5 GAMES

Slides for my workshop on HTML5 games at the Developers Circles Lagos Build day event 2019

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shedrack akintayo

August 10, 2019
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  1. HTML5 GAMES AN INTERACTIVE SESSION Shedrack Akintayo

  2. What is HTML5 HTML5 = HTML + CSS3 + Javascript

    API T he Future of the web Still under development but supported by most modern browsers
  3. Why to use HTML5 Accessibity Searchability Other many new features

    ➢ HTML elements and attributes ➢ JavasScript APIs and improved capabilities ➢ CSS Capabilities
  4. What’s Under The HTML5 Umbrella? ❖ HTML5 Semantics ❖ Offline

    support ❖ Device Access ❖ Connectivity ❖ Multimedia ❖ 3D Graphics Effects ❖ Performance and Integration ❖ CSS3 Styling
  5. Structural Elements ❖ No need for div elements all over

    the place ❖ New ways to mean what you actually meant to mean
  6. Main Structural Elements

  7. Wait!! What The HECK is HTML5 still

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  9. WHY JAVASCRIPT • FUN TO DEVELOP • FAST DEPLOYMENT •

    EASY TO DEBUG • OPEN SOURCE AND FREE TOOLS • FRAMEWORKSSSS
  10. BUT REALLY WHY JAVASCRIPT?? • Has been around for ages

    • Won’t go away any time soon • Wide support: – Web browsers – Mobile devices – Facebook applications
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  14. WHAT’S NEXT IN HTML5 The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

    has revealed some details about what will be included in the next iteration of HTML5 standard as well as information about where the standard could go after that. The next version of HTML5 will be called 5.2, and for now, it is slated to include a new menu element, Web Content Security Policy and email addresses with non-Latin characters. In the future, the organization hopes to speed up the revision process. It is also working on Web Components and Service Workers, as well as Web payments. In addition, the organization is tackling streaming through the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) standard, which provides for digital rights management while playing video content in a browser. Finally, the W3C has three Web security efforts in the works — a Web authentication framework, the Web Crypto API and best practices for Web-development security.
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  17. NOW GO INTO THE WORLD AND MAKE GAMES