Why HTML5 Games Are Changing The Gaming Industry

January 18, 2021
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Browser games have been around for a long time now. To many of us, our first exposure to browser games was in the form of flash games. Popular flash games like Bejeweled and The Crimson Room, kept us entertained.   But as time has rolled by, Flash became phased out. It is now a relic of […]

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Basic Reasons to Hire HTML5 Developers for Mobile App Development

March 19, 2019

HTML5, the latest version of HTML, is by and large broadly utilised these days by skilled website engineers over the world. This advanced web development technology alongside the intensity of CSS3 and JavaScript is taking website development to an unheard of level. HTML5 is a rising secure and quick web development technology which is upsetting […]

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4 Reasons Why You Are A Rookie In HTML5

August 10, 2017

Today, HTML5 is the preferred web technology for web developers who want to design a good looking, interactive, and functional websites. It has solved many of the web-related problems that previous versions were suffering from and there are many HTML5-based games and applications that are widely used by millions of users. But like with everything, […]

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Using HTML5 as a Web Technology For Mobile App Development Future

November 15, 2016

Entering the field of mobile application development, web technology has powered development activities like crazy. By being entrenched in modern browsers, it has equally contributed to enterprise-level mobile application development. This blog shows how the advancement in HTML5 mobile app development has modified the development process. HTML5 comes with so many innovative features to benefit […]

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Mobile sites in the gaming space – what’s out there?

June 30, 2014

Entertainment in the 21st century is now all about mobile gaming. A mix of social media and video gaming, met with virtual betting, has created a tempting online experience for gamers to take their hobby with them on the go. With a huge uptake in the number of customers accessing their site on mobile devices, [tp […]

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What to Expect from Mozilla Firefox for Smartphones

April 29, 2013

Many mobile users know that Operating System market leaders, Android and iOS, hold a very large lead over any competitors. However, Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs has revealed a plan to release a line of smartphones that will run on the Firefox Operating System. These smartphones are scheduled to be released in South American and European […]

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Create Your Very Own Floral Bouquet to Send to Loved Ones with Interflora’s New App

January 20, 2013

Local flower shops, sure they are great places to buy flowers for your loved ones, but wouldn’t it be nice to be able to have an awesome online shop to buy flowers from with an innovative twist of technology? Enter Interflora, the online destination where you can find only the best, the most beautiful, and […]

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Fix: Safari 5.7.1 jerky YouTube playback?

June 6, 2012

Since Apple’s latest Safari update recently, which took Safari to version 5.7.1, I have personally had huge problems with many YouTube videos. When playing them, they would take a while to load, then playback would be jerky, skipping frames etc. Overall, making entire Safari run slow and unstable. What fixed the problem for me, was […]

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Why HTML5 is important for SEO?

December 1, 2011

Information technology and science is getting improved day by day. The progress and improvement in this field can be proven by hundreds of prominent and popular examples. The HTML5 is also important for the search engine optimization. However, there is a conflict among the experts and professionals about the potential of HTML5 for the search […]

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New Firefox with improved security: Mozilla

November 15, 2011

The new version of Firefox, the Firefox 8.0 released on November 8, 2011, has been with released with much fanfare and some changes such as improved security and some minor updates. Firefox is a free and open source web browser from Mozilla that is fast easy and rewarding. The latest version, Firefox 8,0 comes with […]

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How Facebook Demonstrates the Power of Windows 8

October 10, 2011

Windows 8 is not just another Windows operating system. This might be the reason why they have called it the Re-Creation of Windows. There are many users who have avoided Windows upgrades in the past. There are still many people who are using Windows 2000, for example. The new Windows 8 download, we are going […]

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Why Cloud Computing Is Safer Than Anything Else: Welcome Windows 8

October 6, 2011

Windows 8 is a huge change in the way we will use our computers compared to the past. We were introduced to personal computing by Windows many years ago. The idea was that we would use our computer and application, and we would save our information on our computers. The internet meant we could now […]

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Could HTML5 kill Flash for good?

March 12, 2011

The whole HTML5 vs Flash debate really started with the launch of iPhone worldwide when more and more people became aware that Flash-based websites didn’t work on iPhone. With that, non-flash versions of previously Flash-based websites began to popup around the Internet as more and more people started using iOS devices such as iPhone and […]

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5 Tips To Make Your Site Mobile Friendly

January 28, 2011

With the increasing trend in mobile platform, there are limitations of the website being displayed in the actual HTML format as designed for your web browsing over a PC or a laptop. These HTML formats could be made more amicable to make your website supportive and adapt efficiently to work well on the mobile platform. […]

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Flash coming to iPhone & iPad … ish!

November 2, 2010

Three months ago I mentioned the Skyfire browser might be coming to iPhone soon. Well, now it has been approved by Apple and is expected to appear in the App Store on November 4th with a price tag of $2.99 in the US App Store. Skyfire has a trick up its sleeve. It doesn’t fully […]

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Flash no longer included on Macs per default

October 27, 2010

The new MacBook Air from Apple comes without Flash pre-installed, something which Mac’s have had for a long time. But as you might know, Steve Jobs is not a big fan of Flash and Flash is not even possible on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Apple is now doing the same as Microsoft by […]

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HTML5 – The Internet Future (Non-Technical Guide)

August 31, 2010

So we all know that the web is basically built on HTML, and that programming language has been with us since 97, but now we are seeing the emergence of the new incarnation of HTML. The current version of HTML, (4) has been with us a long time and from its humble beginnings way back, […]

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Apple Showing Off HTML5

June 8, 2010

Apple created a new web page meant as a HTML5 showcase. It has seven HTML5 features, demonstrating their functions: Video Typography Photo gallery Transitions Audio 360º product view VR All of the demos have some kind of interactivity built-in so you get to manipulate with the result. Even though this web page is supposed to […]

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Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 Available After Two Week Delay

November 2, 2009

Firefox 3.6 beta was supposed to be released around mid-October, but it took until now to have the first beta available for the public. The new beta is based on the Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering engine, coming to you with several new features and enhancements: One-click change of browser appearance. Now warns user if a […]

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