These are a few photos from the January 2012 meetup of HTML5 Vancouver, featuring Dave Shea (mezzoblue.com, csszengarden.com and author of The Zen of CSS Design) speaking about drawing with HTML5 Canvas.
For more information about the location of the meetup, you can find out more at http://www.visioncritical.com/. All information provided here related to the event can be found at the HTML5 Vancouver meetup section.
Other notable speakers included:
- What is Modernizr? (Faruk Ateş – http://farukat.es/)
- Geolocation (Stephanie Hobson – http://stephaniehobson.ca)
- Localizing Remote APIs (John Boxall – http://mobify.com)
Faruk Ateş does creative things on the Web, like Modernizr: an Open Source library that helps you take advantage of cutting-edge features in HTML5 and CSS3 today. Prior to going independent and working to make building great websites easier and faster, Faruk was the Product Designer at Apture, now acquired by Google, and did a three year stint as a UI Engineer at Apple, where he helped bring modern web development techniques to the Online Store and MobileMe.
Stephanie Hobson is a front-end developer at BCIT who works on templates for their various CMSs. She successfully advocated to have the most recent version of their site built in HTML5 and is looking forward to making the design responsive. Their team is experimenting with geolocation for use in a mobile site for their upcoming open house.
John Boxall is the CTO of Mobify. He works extensively with client side web technologies, developing techniques to prioritize content and manage resource loading on mobile browsers.