Makzan / I share what I learnt

CreateJS

Link: Origami.js—HTML5 Canvas for Humans

Link: Origami.js—HTML5 Canvas for Humans I’m a huge fan of CreateJS. But this Origami.js is really impressive that suitable for lightweight canvas drawing or image manipulating.

Read Post / February 4, 2016

Count game example

I’m now working on the 2nd edition of my HTML5 Game Development video course. Here is the game example that I’m working on. The game is not finished yet. And I haven’t polish the graphics and animation.

Read Post / January 5, 2016

From Adobe Flash to Animate

Link: Welcome Adobe Animate CC, a new era for Flash Professional To more accurately represent its position as the premier animation tool for the web and beyond, Flash Professional will be renamed Adobe Animate CC, starting with the next release in early 2016. In the past, the web had many characteristics and personality. But it also came […]

Read Post / December 2, 2015

Tween.js examples

I’m recently trying to use the TweenJS library with DOM elements. Here is my first attempt. Here is the core part of the source code. I didn’t use the CSS plugin from TweenJS. Instead, I interpolate the values in the data object and use a dedicated view rendering function to render the changes. I find it cleaner and fit […]

Read Post / November 6, 2015

One third of FWA Site of the Day winners uses CreateJS

According to the HTML5Ads documents by CreateJS. CreateJS is robust and mature. The suite was created and is maintained by a highly experienced team of interactive developers and designers, who have been building rich content for over 15 years using Flash and HTML5. It is over 5 years old, has grown through 8 major releases, and has been […]

Read Post / November 5, 2015

Practical CreateJS

I wrote a half-done book, Practical CreateJS, in early 2015. I’m exploring a new approach to write my book in AsciiDoc. I restart the writing process of the Practical CreateJS book and used a weekend to convert the book from Markua into AsciiDoc. I open source the book source and you can read the book online in the following URL: http://practicalcreatejs.com […]

Read Post / October 14, 2015