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The Coming HTML 5 Revolution in GNU/Linux

Dec 15, 2011, 20:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rex Djere)

[ Thanks to Rex Djere for this link. ]

"I have never programmed a GUI application YET, so these are challenges that I will eventually overcome. Renowned saxophonist David Sanborn once said something that I found very interesting: he said that no matter how much you know, you are never truly a master, you are ALWAYS a student. There is always something that you don't know, and often, the people who can give you that information know less than you do overall about the particular topic. I believe that the key to success is to stay humble, and to always keep an open mind. As I began to learn more about HTML 5's canvas feature, I realized that HTML offered an alternative way to creating a GUI version of Tank Problem. (The HTML 5 canvas element allows one to easily draw 2D elements such as graphs. When I read this, I immediately thought about graphing and numerically displaying my updated tank levels real-time on top of a picture of the tank). I began to learn how much I did not know!"

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