Google IO 2011 is a wrap! My first Google IO experience was great, thanks to the team for putting on a professional and fun show. Many thanks to all of our attendees, you made it awesome. I've collected the slides, the video, and the source code for Super Browser 2 Turbo HD Remix: An Introduction to HTML5 Game Development . Session Description: HTML5 provides the foundation for rich and interactive experiences. Which is great, but we really want to build and play games! Learn the basics of building an HTML5 game and explore the related technologies. We'll write a simple game and give you the tools and techniques to create your own worlds and fun. Video: Slides: The slides for Super Browser 2 Turbo HD Remix: An Intro to HTML5 Game Development are of course written with HTML5. :) Source Code: Source code for the demo game, Bad Aliens Feedback: If you have 30 seconds, please do leave session feedback so I can improve for next time. Thanks everyone!
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(disclaimer: I haven't seen every talk at Google IO this year, there might very well be other huge talks. This is what I've seen and want you to see, too.) These five talks are going to be huge. If you are an HTML5 web developer you won't want to miss them. And don't worry, these talks will be live streamed. HTML5 and What's Next by Alex Russell and Ian Fette will introduce, well, I don't want to spoil it. Don't miss it. Super Browser 2 Turbo HD Remix : Intro to HTML5 Game Development by Seth Ladd will walk you though, from start to finish, how to build a simple HTML5 game. Also, we'll blow up aliens. HTML5 Showcase for Web Developers : The Wow and How by Eric Bidelman and Arne Roomann-Kurrik has extremely high production value, awesome demos, and will open your eyes to what's possible in HTML5 now and soon. Mobile Web Development: From Zero to Hero by Michael Mahemoff and Paul Kinlan take a pragmatic approach as they walk you throu