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Benchmark of HTML5 Canvas Javascript performance

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The Internet Explorer HTML5 Canvas Campaign

Andreas(R) Andreas(R) writes  |  more than 3 years ago

Andreas(R) writes "The Freeciv.net project announces the "Internet Explorer HTML5 Canvas Campaign". The goal of this campaign is to get full support for HTML5 in the next version of Internet Explorer. Currently, Internet Explorer 9 doesn't support HTML5 canvas, and this limits innovation and support for standards on the Internet."
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http://freeciv.net/ie9-html5canvas-campaign.jsp

Andreas(R) Andreas(R) writes  |  more than 3 years ago

Andreas(R) writes "The Freeciv.net project announces the "Internet Explorer HTML5 Canvas Campaign". The goal of this campaign is to get full support for HTML5 in the next version of Internet Explorer. Currently, Internet Explorer 9 doesn't support HTML5 canvas, and this limits innovation and support for standards on the Internet."
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Play Freeciv in your browser

Andreas(R) Andreas(R) writes  |  more than 4 years ago

Andreas(R) (448328) writes "A web client for the open source strategy game Freeciv has been created. This is an interesting showcase for the possibilities of HTML5 and the new Canvas element. Further, it is also a demostration of how one can turn a desktop application into a rich web application. The game can be played online against other players, or in single player mode against AI opponents."
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Vote for Canvas Tag Support in IE8

Andreas(R) Andreas(R) writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Andreas(R) writes "The Canvas tag is a part of the HTML5 specification, but not supported by Internet Explorer yet. Would you like to see the canvas element natively supported in IE8? If so, please consider voting for canvas tag support in IE8 on the Internet Explorer Beta Feedback program. For more information about the tag, please see the Mozilla Developer Center.

After signing up to Connect, go to the following page, scroll down to "Internet Explorer Beta Feedback" and click on Apply Now.
Then the following link will work which is the link to the suggestion for adding support to IE8."

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Cheat-Free Online Highscore for Open Source Games?

Andreas(R) Andreas(R) writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Andreas(R) writes "Is it impossible to create online highscores for open source games which are without cheating? This is a question asked in a GNOME Bugreport about cheat-free online highscores. So the question goes to Slashdot, will there ever be a way for open source games to have highscores centralized on a game-server where it is impossible for players to submit false highscores, or is trusting the players the only solution?"
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Andreas(R) Andreas(R) writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Andreas(R) writes "The GNOME Games project is now accepting suggestions for a new game to be included. First, an usage survey will be performed, to select one of the old games to be removed. Then, a new survey will be performed to select the new game to be included. The project would like suggestions from users of GNOME, so which new game do you think should be included in GNOME 2.18 ?"

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