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Optimize DOM game performance

I am working on a game developed on DOM using Crafty JS framework, and Greensock GSAP JS (http://www.greensock.com/gsap-js/) for animations. It is my first time working with these technologies. I ...
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What are the advantage/disadvantage of publishing a game as Chrome App over Android app?

I have a 2D game on my mind that I wanted to develop. Though I am quite familiar with using Javascript, CSS3 and aware of HTML5's canvas, I am also aware of Chrome App and its ability to work offline. ...
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Is it possible to create native application for Google Chrome Store?

I'm developing small game using c++ and OpenGL. I would like to post it also in Chrome Web Store. I've seen that a lot of apps are just redirection to specific url. I can use Java Applet and JNI to ...
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Playing part of a sfx audio file in HTML5 using WebAudio

I have compiled all of my sound effects into one sequenced .ogg file. I have the start and stop times for each sound effect. How do I play the individual effects? That is, how do I play part of an ...
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Draws fine in full OpenGL; not drawing anything in Chrome NaCL

I'm appealing to people's psychic debugging skills: I have an OpenGL app that uses shaders and attributes in uploaded VBOs exclusively. It runs fine on the desktop (Linux with integrated Intel ...