12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos


A week ago, we featured a must follow HTML5 developers and designers on twitter which can help you on developing your next web HTML5 development. And today, we are going to post another HTML5 article that will surely help you on your learning HTML5.

We give you 12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos. The following websites have their own specific experiments and demos, either HTML5 games, a canvas demos, or a simple implementation of how powerful HTML5 can be.

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You may also want to read the related posts below.

1. Chrome Experiments

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

Chrome Experiments is a showcase for creative web experiments, the vast majority of which are built with the latest open technologies, including HTML5, Canvas, SVG, and WebGL. The gallery were submitted by talented artists and programmers from around the world.

2. The HTML5 Experiments of Hakim El Hattab

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— This is the creative lab and interactive playground of Hakim El Hattab. Dedicated to the exploration of interaction, visual effects and technologies.

3. HTML Stack

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— Owned and managed by Joe Maddalone. He made this website for him to learn HTML5 and experiment with it. For all his experiments, you can either test it or download the experiments itself.

4. Monocubed

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— Managed by Paul Truong, a Creative Technologist at Google. He used mostly Google as one of his examples on his experiments. He is the designer and coder of the famous Galactic Inbox: HTML5 game.

5. Mr.doob

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— Explore Mr.doob’s website for his experiments on HTML5.

6. HTML5 Laboratory

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— Again, it’s Ian Devlin from our article, HTML5 Must Follow on Twitter. He is the creator of HTML5 Laboratory, which focuses on his personal playground on learning HTML5. You can see on his experiments, mostly a starter kit on developing HTML5. He will guide you through the development and how he come up with that kind of experiments.

7. HTML5Labs

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— The HTML5 Labs site is run by the Microsoft Interoperability Strategy Team, wherein they build this site mainly for sharing with the community and for experimental implementations.

8. Canvas Demos

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos
— Home to applications, games, tools and tutorials that use the HTML5

9. HTML5games

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos
HTML5games is a big directory of online games created using HTML5.

10. HTML5 Demo

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— Remy Sharp is the owner of HTML5 Demos and Examples, which includes experimentation and demos he hacked together.

11. HTML5 Rocks

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— A complete resource for HTML5 features, demos, experiments, samples and tutorials intended mostly for HTML5 Developers.

12. HTML5 Experiments by Daniel Rapp

12 Worth Checking Websites for HTML5 Experiments and Demos

— Daniel Rapp displays a list of experimental HTML5 examples, which you will think it is made in Flash.


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7 Comments

  1. Tomas

    01.21.2011

    Reply

    HTML5 is good for standards. But demos looks like Flash graphics for 10 years ago. Flash doesn’t work on iOS but try to get HTML5 work consistent in all browsers. Quite a mess and often very slow performance. Little bit hard to get this the new cool and buzz?

  2. Mainual

    01.23.2011

    Reply

    Nice collection. Thanks for resources

  3. Brett Widmann

    03.24.2011

    Reply

    These websites have a lot of great stuff! Thanks for the resources.

  4. Manuel

    07.20.2011

    Reply

    Hey, you definitely forgot http://doctypehtml.net ;)

  5. Lee

    09.22.2011

    Reply

    Very good collection. Thanks for sharring

  6. Adan

    07.30.2012

    Reply

    Check out the Picozu Editor on http://www.picozu.com for some amazing image processing in your browser. Getting close to an Adobe Photoshop clone in HTML5, isn’t it?

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