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456 pages

HTML5 Games, Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL

Creator: Jacob Seidelin | Computers - 2011-11-30

Device Resolution (Portrait) AspectRatio iPad iPad 2 768x1024 3:4 ARCHOS 70 ViewSonic ViewPad 7 480x800 9:15 Samsung Galaxy Tab ViewSonic gTablet 600x1024 ~7:12 Motorola Xoom 800x1200 10:16 With allofthese different ...

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Discover new opportunities for building 2D and 3D games with HTML5 The newest iteration of HTML, HTML5 can be used with JavaScript, CSS3, and WebGL to create beautiful, unique, engaging games that can be played on the web or mobile devices like the iPad or Android phones. Gone are the days where games were only possible with plugin technologies such as Flash and this cutting-edge book shows you how to utilize the latest open web technologies to create a game from scratch using Canvas, HTML5 Audio, WebGL, and WebSockets. You'll discover how to build a framework on which you will create your HTML5 game. Then each successive chapter covers a new aspect of the game, including user input, sound, multiplayer functionality, 2D and 3D graphics, and more. Aims directly at a new way to develop games for the web through the use of HTML5 Demonstrates how to make iOS and Android web apps Explains how to capture player input; create 3D graphics; and incorporate textures, lighting, and sound Guides you through the process of creating a game from scratch using Canvas, HTML5 Audio, WebGL, and WebSockets By the end of this invaluable book, you will have created a fully functional game that can be played in any compatible browser or on any mobile device that supports HTML5.



334 pages

The St. Paul Conspiracy - Thriller, McRyan Mystery Series

Creator: Roger Stelljes | Fiction - 2006-09-01

THE SERIES WITH OVER 1.5 MILLION DOWNLOADS New York Times & USA Today Bestselling McRyan Mystery Series +++ series new release alert - BLOOD SILENCE - now available +++ Claire Daniels was stunningly attractive... blonde hair, blue eyes and ...

Publisher: Roger Stelljes

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THE SERIES WITH OVER 1.5 MILLION DOWNLOADS New York Times & USA Today Bestselling McRyan Mystery Series+++ series new release - BLOOD SILENCE - now available +++Claire Daniels was stunningly attractive... blonde hair, blue eyes and a curvaceous body she worked on relentlessly. Claire was the desire of every man in town. As the Twin Cities' most prominent political and investigative reporter she reported the news... now she was the news.Thirty-two-year-old, St. Paul Homicide Detective "Mac" McRyan thought his day was going to be less stressful. The day would involve paper work, coffee, and maybe even an early trip to the pub. Then his cell phone tells him his day is about to change. A body has been found in a high-end condominium between Summit and Grand Avenues, and it's not just anyone. With the Daniels brutal murder on top of the latest serial killer attack, the political and media pressure on the police department only builds and places Mac in the middle of a dangerous and high-stakes murder investigation that will ultimately have national political and security implications.To receive a free copy of the McRyan Mystery Series spin-off episode "The Stakeout" as soon as it is published (COMING SOON!) enter your email address at www.RogerStelljes.comMCRYAN MYSTERY SERIES:FIRST CASE: Murder Alley (novella)THE ST. PAUL CONSPIRACYDEADLY STILLWATER - FreeFIRST DEADLY CONSPIRACY - Omnibus box set (Books 1-3)ELECTING TO MURDERFATALLY BOUNDBLOOD SILENCE +++ new release +++



160 pages

Android Devices, List of Android Devices, Nexus One, Archos, Acer Aspire One, Htc Dream, Motorola Droid, Htc Magic, Htc Hero

Creator: Source Wikipedia, Books LLC | 2010-05

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Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 83. Chapters: Comparison of Android devices, Nexus One, Acer Aspire One, Motorola Droid, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy Tab, HTC Dream, Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC Evo 4G, HTC Magic, HTC Hero, LG Optimus One, Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, HTC Desire, Adam tablet, Google TV, HTC Evo Shift 4G, PocketBook eReader, Droid Incredible, Motorola CLIQ, Nexus S, Motorola Droid 2, Motorola Xoom, Motorola Atrix 4G, HTC Desire HD, ZTE Blade, HTC Wildfire, Samsung i7500, Nook Color, GeeksPhone One, Samsung SPH-M900, Motorola Droid X, HTC Legend, T-Mobile Pulse, Dell Streak, T-Mobile G2, Archos Generation 6, LG Optimus 2X, ViewSonic G Tablet, Samsung Behold II, HTC Desire Z, Advent Vega, Samsung i5700, T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide, HTC Tattoo, Motorola Backflip, HTC Flyer, LG GT540, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini, T-Mobile myTouch 4G, HTC Aria, Motorola DEFY, Motorola Droid Bionic, Neo FreeRunner, Acer Liquid A1, Kyocera Zio, SmartQ 5, LG VS740, Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, Zii EGG, HTC Inspire, Samsung i5800, Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro, OlivePad, Sony Ericsson Xperia X8, HTC Thunderbolt, Droid Pro, Motorola i1, Motorola Devour, Samsung Galaxy Ace, Samsung M910 Intercept, Vibo A688, Alex eReader, Acer Stream, Samsung Transform, Creative Zii, LG GW620, IPed, T-Mobile G-Slate, Motorola Calgary, HTC Desire S, Acer beTouch E130, Kogan Agora, Samsung Infuse 4G, Motorola Charm, Samsung i5500, LG LU2300, Vox 4, Dell Venue, Acer beTouch E400, Odroid, Huawei Ascend, Acer beTouch E120, Acer beTouch E110, Kyocera Echo, Archos 101, Motorola Flipout. Excerpt: Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. This page seeks to list and compare hardware devices that are shipped with either Google's Android operating system or its OPhone derivative from China Mo...


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    ViewSonic gTablet with 10" Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2

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    Awesome product after you install the latest update from Viewsonic

    So after I spent a couple of days exploring my new Viewsonic G tablet, I felt like I had to write a review and let everybody know how cool this device is:I did my homework and researched the G tablet thoroughly before I decided to buy one. I read tons of reviews on various websites before I finally decided to go for it (over an iPad) for the following reasons:1. Price!2. Super fast Hardware (Tegra2 processor)3. USB Port4. SD card slot for additional storage5. No need for a sync software!6. Access to the file system7. Customizable desktop (live wallpaper, widgets, icons..etc)8. The availability of custom firmwares (XDA-developers)Note: I ended up NOT installing a custom firmware, I am pretty happy with the latest update from Viewsonic, which is a must have!!The tablet was a horrible experience out of the box. No matter what I did, everything seemed to just crash!! Then I got the Update... 5/5 Tony.A - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: ViewSonic gTablet with 10" Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2 (Personal Computers) So after I spent a couple of days exploring my new Viewsonic G tablet, I felt like I had to write a review and let everybody know how cool this device is:I did my homework and researched the G tablet thoroughly before I decided to buy one. I read tons of reviews on various websites before I finally decided to go for it (over an iPad) for the following reasons:1. Price!2. Super fast Hardware (Tegra2 processor)3. USB Port4. SD card slot for additional storage5. No need for a sync software!6. Access to the file system7. Customizable desktop (live wallpaper, widgets, icons..etc)8. The availability of custom firmwares (XDA-developers)Note: I ended up NOT installing a custom firmware, I am pretty happy with the latest update from Viewsonic, which is a must have!!The tablet was a horrible experience out of the box. No matter what I did, everything seemed to just crash!! Then I got the Update... Read more, March 8, 2011

    Next gen hardware, but the software needs improvement

    After mulling over the Archos 101 back in October, and increasingly frustrated with their delays, I found this gem in my local SEARS. It has a Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset, which you will probably be hearing about increasingly in 2011. A really nice device overall, but it's not without its faults which I will summarize. First, the hardware....Hardware Pros:- Tegra 2 chipset dual-core with 512MB RAM. Bleeding edge hardware, so much that the software has not caught up, yet (see more on that, below).- MicroSD slot, which supports up to 32GB.- A full USB port. You can hook up peripheral devices to it, such as a USB keyboard.- Micro USB port (not proprietary) , for mounting to your PC. Forgot your cable and you're at a friends house? No worries, just use any micro USB and you are in.- Front facing camera. It's not the best, but it works.Hardware Cons:- The LCD. Yes, ironic given that this is packaged by a company... 4/5 charktorious (Pennsylvania) - See all my reviews This review is from: ViewSonic gTablet with 10" Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2 (Personal Computers) After mulling over the Archos 101 back in October, and increasingly frustrated with their delays, I found this gem in my local SEARS. It has a Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset, which you will probably be hearing about increasingly in 2011. A really nice device overall, but it's not without its faults which I will summarize. First, the hardware....Hardware Pros:- Tegra 2 chipset dual-core with 512MB RAM. Bleeding edge hardware, so much that the software has not caught up, yet (see more on that, below).- MicroSD slot, which supports up to 32GB.- A full USB port. You can hook up peripheral devices to it, such as a USB keyboard.- Micro USB port (not proprietary) , for mounting to your PC. Forgot your cable and you're at a friends house? No worries, just use any micro USB and you are in.- Front facing camera. It's not the best, but it works.Hardware Cons:- The LCD. Yes, ironic given that this is packaged by a company... Read more, December 16, 2010

    Sweat Equity Pays Off with Viewsonic G Tablet

    I own a G Tablet. I like my G Tablet. Let me tell you why no-one is raving about the G Tablet.The electronics exceed the iPad at time of writing. The form factor is nothing to write home about. The viewing angles on the screen are sub-par, which is surprising given the device's provenance. The Tap n' Tap user interface is a disaster. I say again, a disaster. Slow, inelegant, and insufficient.There is good news. First, the price is right. It can be had for as little as $380.00, a far cry from its competitors. Second, the user interface can be replaced. There are communities of individuals (XDA), who have very graciously put their hard work and talent into producing replacement ROMs for this device which override the existing software with something that is much closer to the standard Android OS and that interfaces correctly with the Android App Market. It is DIY, roll-up-your-sleeves-and-dig-into-it work to install a new ROM and get it running... 3/5 Alexc - See all my reviews This review is from: ViewSonic gTablet with 10" Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2 (Personal Computers) I own a G Tablet. I like my G Tablet. Let me tell you why no-one is raving about the G Tablet.The electronics exceed the iPad at time of writing. The form factor is nothing to write home about. The viewing angles on the screen are sub-par, which is surprising given the device's provenance. The Tap n' Tap user interface is a disaster. I say again, a disaster. Slow, inelegant, and insufficient.There is good news. First, the price is right. It can be had for as little as $380.00, a far cry from its competitors. Second, the user interface can be replaced. There are communities of individuals (XDA), who have very graciously put their hard work and talent into producing replacement ROMs for this device which override the existing software with something that is much closer to the standard Android OS and that interfaces correctly with the Android App Market. It is DIY, roll-up-your-sleeves-and-dig-into-it work to install a new ROM and get it running... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 14, 2010
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  • ViewSonic

    ViewSonic VSD242-BKA-US0 All-In-One Android Smart Display

    Personal Computer (ViewSonic)
    List Price: $599.00

    Android lollipop 5.1 OS with Google gms certification; 10-point projected capacitive touch
    All-in-one smart Display features Quad-Core A17 1.8 GHz
    Enhanced viewing comfort
    5Mp webcam, integrated speakers and Mic for video conferencing
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