Some of you may be familiar with the Java based picture puzzles I've posted on HURL for the past eight years. If not, here's the latest:http://dotcomjoe.com/MVIII.html Making one involves an image, a .class file and a brief script. With a number of people abandoning Java due to security concerns, it's been suggested that I look for another method of creating these, preferably HTML-5. The expert suggesting HTML-5 offered no further advice, except that he thought it could be done that way. Any suggestions for achieving the same result without use of Java?~aj
Any suggestions for achieving the same result without use of Java?Look at this site: http://active.tutsplus.com/tutorials/games/create-an-html5-c...Warning: IE does not support HTML5
Warning: IE does not support HTML5 IE8 and below do not support HTML5. IE9 does.dsbrady
IE9 does.Not fully. IE does not render the puzzle like Chrome, Firefox, or Opera does (http://active.tutsplus.com/tutorials/games/create-an-html5-c...) Here is another point of view: http://people.mozilla.com/~prouget/ie9/
Would switching to Flash be a viable option until IE9 improves?Unrelated to your games, but still in Java world, would you mind taking a look at http://boards.fool.com/java-compiling-help-30216007.aspx for me?
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