Media praise for HTML5 Canvas

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"As an experienced Flash Developer and well wandered in the world of JavaScript, I had no problem following the examples and extract the new knowledge presented in the book.... you are getting solid information about the do’s and don’ts of Canvas-programming."
-- Karsten Vestergaard, Associate Professor of Interactive Design, & Adobe Community Expert

"Author: Steve Fulton, Jeff Fulton publisher: O’Reilly Media pages: 652 Summary Finally one extensive book over the Canvas element. This should attract the more creative ( Javascript ) programmers. I find it hard to describe the entry level of this book, however I get the feeling that novice to medior… " Full Review >
-- Jeroen Oliemans, www.wonderolie.nl

"This book will teach you how to create HTML5 games and much more. It's include lot of exemples on image, sound an video manipulation with javascript." Full Review >
-- David Paccoud, davidpaccoud.com/

"With all the hype going in the tech community about HTML5 and it's predicted future, I decided to pick up this book from O'Reilly tinker around with it and see what's what. Needless to say, I'm bought in. " Full Review >
-- Mat Powell, mrpowell80.tumblr.com/

"My daughter and I have been developing HTML5 Games to help improve our HTML5 and JavaScript skills. Up until now, however, our games lacked the cool game physics, sound management, and other items to make our games truly fun. HTML5 Canvas changed all that!" Full Review >
-- David Hayden, www.davidhayden.com