A new feature of HTML5, allowing Javascript apps to have a drawing surface in the browser.

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Where to start, to develop an online Backgammon game?

I would like to develop a backgammon game to play against other players online, as a way of learning more Javascript/jQuery and a little game development. I'm a web developer and most of my experience ...
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HTML5 Game (Canvas) - UI Techniques?

I'm in the process of building a JavaScript / HTML5 game (using Canvas) for mobile (Android / iPhone/ WebOS) with PhoneGap. I'm currently trying to design out how the UI and playing board should be ...
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HTML Canvas drawing - Firefox error

I am getting the following error ONLY when running my game in Firefox (3.6) Component returned failure code: 0x80040111 (NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE) [nsIDOMCanvasRenderingContext2D.drawImage] ...
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Double buffering on HTML5 Canvas game?

My simple canvas game seems to work fine on Chrome and FF on Mac/Linux. I haven't had chance to test it on smart phones or Windows environments yet. It doesn't use double buffering but I have seen ...