New Look for HTML5Rocks
New Look for HTML5Rocks
Written by Lucy Black   
Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Google has revamped its site for HTML5 developers. HTML5Rocks now has three channels - Games Business and Mobile and a  confusing monochrome background.

HTML5Rocks started out a year and a half ago at a time when HTLM5 was a new and unknown standard. In reporting its launch, Ian Elliot wrote:

It is always a mystery why some technology or other suddenly springs to the top of the pile and everyone is talking about it and claiming it is the solution to everything.

and asked:

How can we get all excited about the next version of a markup language?

Now we know why HTML5 is important - although Ian Elliot still his reservations, see HTML - is it really going to hack it? and Google has updated its site for HTML5 developers. 

From its original nine tutorials it now has over sixty articles from more than thirty individuals and, as open source project, is keen to recruit more contributors.

 

 

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