25 November 2010

Dragging and dropping dragons in HTML5

After going a little too far avoiding HTML5, I decided to take advantage of some HTML5 features, and I built Dragon Drop. It utilizes animations with the canvas element, browser support for the audio element, and of course native support for drag-and-drop!

Some useful URLs that I found were:

The canvas element was the most fun to work with, unfortunately the drag and drop and the Audio element both felt a little hacky—the prior because the events felt bloated and the latter because the different file support was annoying. Regardless, having fun dropping dragons!

Play Dragon Drop »




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Peter Coles

Peter Coles

is a software engineer living in NYC who is building Superset 💪 and also created GoFullPage 📸
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