Some notes on WebGL's future, along with a tour of some of the best WebGL wizardry.
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- I completely agree with you; though I think eventually they may merge as browser developers get tired of keeping an artificial barrier up.Mar 12, 2013
- Well on mobile it's not so much an artificial barrier as it is a necessary step in getting the performance needed. CSS 3D and CSS animations are very nice for the intended use cases, which is mostly transitional and background effects. Graphics designers on a team love being given a sandbox to play with and prototype ideas in. The coders can come in afterwards to optimize it.
It's also tempting to think you can do keyboard input, text rendering, scrolling and gesturing on your own, but the modern UI is really not a simple thing. Better to use the HTML-layer for what it's good for...Mar 12, 2013
- Duh, it's so pretty!Mar 12, 2013
- Your website is beautiful and so educational! I love itMar 12, 2013
- Rakesh K+2For a university type course, there's a free course on UdacityMar 12, 2013
- Although not exclusively WebGL I post pointers to useful WebGL and other 3D on the Web technologies and demos at a Flipboard Magazine at: http://flip.it/AwNcNJun 3, 2013
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