The Truth About HTML5

I work for Malmberg, which is a publisher of educational content. Within our company we have a lot of very interactive content that is currently made available as Flash (and some as HTML5). A lot of people within Malmberg hear about HTML5, how it is write once run anywhere, can completely replace Flash and is the solution for all our mobile device requirements.

Movie color analysis with XBMC, Boblight, Java and D3.js

It's been a while since I blogged, but it has been a rather busy time. Lots of big projects at work that need my complete attention, and lots of personal stuff going on. Besides that I've finished the first two couple of chapters for Packt on my book on Three.js, so time has been in short supply :) So, finally an update, in this update I want to show and explain a visualization experiment.

HTML5: Server-sent events with Angular.js, Node.js and Express.js

I was playing around with Node.js and Express.js and happened to run across an article on server-sent events. Server-sent events is a W3C specification that describes how a server can push events to browser clients. All this using the standard HTTP protocol. A couple of years ago this was a very promising specification, but then websockets came along and interest for this specification diminished a bit.