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HTML 5 refers to new web technologies such as high performance JavaScript engines, canvas 2D and WebGL, video and audio tags.

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In addition to some of the game-making frameworks that are out there, you should be aware of the Burst Engine, which is a JS framework for displaying SVG-based animations in an HTML5 Canvas: http …
answered Oct 6 '10 by DariusK
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The only way to be reasonably certain that your game code will be secure is to build a client/server type of game and put as much code as you can on the server. And of course, make that server secure! …
answered Oct 6 '10 by DariusK
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There's box2dweb, which is a much newer port and has a lot fewer issues than box2djs. I highly recommend it. http://code.google.com/p/box2dweb/
answered Feb 1 '11 by DariusK
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Check out the code examples at Andres Pagella's github repo. It's the example code that goes along with his book on isometric social games in HTML5. The book explains the math behind the transformation, or you could try and puzzle it out from one his examples, like this one. …
answered Oct 28 '11 by DariusK