HTML5 Rocks!

Not too long ago, Apple had unveiled a new HTML5 showcase website to demonstrate the cool stuff that HTML5 is capable of. Ironically, while HTML5 is an open standard, Apple has, for some strange, twisted, control-freak reasons, decided that their HTML5 showcase should be limited to Safari browsers only (twisted, but not totally unexpected. Apple has historically been a control freak).

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Perhaps to spite Apple, Google has today announced the launch of their HTML5 showcase site, affectionately named HTML5 Rocks.

Credits: Google

HTML5 Rocks is different from traditional HTML5 showcase sites, in that their focus is not so much on the pow-wow graphics wizardry that would thrill designers and wow ordinary users. Instead, HTML5 Rocks is clearly targeted at programmers, with its focus on the new Javascript APIs – HTML5 WebSockets, Drag n Drop, WebWorkers, Offline Storage, Geolocation API etc.
In addition, HML5 Rocks also offers a Code Playground, where developers could experiment with the new Javascript APIs by modifying example codes and seeing the results.

The coolest thing about HTML5 Rocks? It’s not restricted to only Google Chrome.

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