Justin Whitney is a freelance mobile app developer, Web developer, and filmmaker. While writing this article, he dreamed that he was caught in an infestation of rage zombies infected by toxic turkey dander. Fortunately, he was rescued by The Doctor.
Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse: Dynamic SVG and Path Animation
Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse: Text, Paths and Basic Animation
Weekend tutorial: Justin Whitney continues his brave crusade to save us from zombies – in the process, demonstrating the capabilities of SVG animation in HTML5.
Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse with HTML5 and SVG
Justin Whitney shows mankind how to avoid destruction by zombies. And coincidentally illustrates some of the ways different browsers handle SVG in an HTML5 environment.
How to Embed Video Using HTML5
The complexity of HTML5 arises not from the syntax, but from browser support and video encoding. Web developers are used to struggling with browser compatibility, but you also have wider-than-usual disagreement among browser vendors regarding codec standards. In order to build a successful HTML5 site, you’ll need to take into account how modern browsers like Chrome 4, Firefox 4 and Internet Explorer 9 implement HTML5 video Web standards as well as how to handle how users view video in legacy browsers.