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Porting Realm of Empires from Facebook to Mobile HTML5
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Porting Realm of Empires from Facebook to Mobile HTML5
Greg Balajewicz | CEO, BDA Entertainment Inc.

Location: Room 512
Date: Wednesday, November 06
Time: 10:00am-11:00am
Format: Session
Discipline: Programming & Architecture
Track: Cloud Gaming
Vault Recording: Video

Learn how to build a cross-platform game for both mobile and desktop platforms using HTML5. Yes, it is possible to make a commercially viable game using HTML5 on mobile, but it is not easy. Greg will explain the highlights of BDA's adventure, focusing on pitfalls to avoid and recommended best practices. While most game attempts have used HTML5 Canvas as the sole tool, BDA has taken a hybrid approach of using both the HTML/CSS and HTML5 Canvas, which has direct applications in fields other than gaming. Attendees will walk away better equipped to decide if HTML5 will work for their app project or not, and what architecture options are available.
Attendees will walk away better equipped to decide if HTML5 will work for their app project or not. Greg will go over the different architectural options available, what pitfalls and performance limitations can be expected, what works for mobile, and what doesn't.

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