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Canvas 2D Web Apps

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Canvas 2D Web Apps

Publisher: Wikibooks

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An introduction to programming web apps with the HTML5 Canvas 2D Context. This book was created to provide a relatively easy way to create functional software prototypes for a large range of interactive applications for mobile devices -- including non-standard multi-touch interfaces with multiple simultaneous multi-touch gestures. The rationale is that easier prototyping permits more prototyping and more prototyping is likely to result in better prototypes.

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