HTML5Rocks Remodeled; Field Guide to Web Applications Released; Google Announces GDC 2012 Schedule

The Chrome Developer relations team released three new resources for developers:First, a brand new "Field Guide to Web Applications" released today to help developers create great web apps."This guide walks you through topics like app design fundamentals, tips for creating great experiences and a few case studies that put the best practices to use. Whether […]

HRML5Rocks.com Remodeled and reorganizedThe Chrome Developer relations team released three new resources for developers:

First, a brand new "Field Guide to Web Applications" released today to help developers create great web apps.

"This guide walks you through topics like app design fundamentals, tips for creating great experiences and a few case studies that put the best practices to use. Whether you're building your first web app or are just looking for ways to improve your existing apps, we hope you'll find the field guide useful," posted Chromium team.

Second, HTML5Rocks.com, an HTML5 learning site is now "remodeled" to better organize the site's content with better tools for finding content, including an edgy new look and "rocking" logo.

"You'll now find new "persona pages" with catered content in 3 different verticals (Games, Business, Mobile)," mentions Chromium team. If you're one of those developers, finding content relevant to you should now be a snap.

In addition, many of the different components (Updates, Studio, Playground) are now consolidated into the main site, and deeply integrated the HTML5 technology classes to bring a better identity to the site.

HTML5Rocks.com was launched on June 22, 2011, now has over 60 articles and tutorials covering the latest HTML5 tech, published by 30 contributors from around the world!

Finally, a new Google+ page for Chrome Developers is now launched.

game developers conference (gdc) 2012Also, Google will be at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco with 2 Developer Days and a booth on the Expo floor.

"Our Developer Days will take place in Room 2020 at Moscone Center. Day 1 (March 5) will focus on web games and Day 2 (March 6) will feature mobile games. At the conference we'll be giving a peek at the latest technologies we're developing for games," informed Google.

For more information about GDC, you can visit the page here.