This looks cool, a nice easy to use and understand tool for creating flash-style animations, but which are all standards based HTML5 code and will work on any browser (if not now, then soon). Why does anyone use Flash again?
Why does anyone use Flash?
Another post from nettuts in their nice “Canvas from scratch” series, illustrating some of the uses of the new HTML5 canvas element.
At the House of Type we’ve developed a couple of HTML5 apps for mobile devices (mainly iPad), and it’s been very interesting and rewarding.
People will insist that iOS is a closed platform device, yet anyone can make a HTML5 application and it will be supported by the iPhone. I don’t see that as being a closed platform.
If you’re a startup and don’t have the resources to develop two versions of your app, consider developing a HTML5 app first.
A great post giving step-by-step guides on how to transform the default WordPress TwentyTen theme to use HTML5.
This will be useful to all of you out there looking into how to transform your own theme to use HTML5.
More reasons to fall in love with HTML5