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HTML Graphics


HTML Graphics, and HTML games are made possible by Canvas, CSS3 Transitions, SVG and WebGL.


HTML Canvas

With Canvas, JavaScript can draw graphics on a HTML page.

Canvas elements can be embedded in HTML with the <canvas> element.

These examples, are drawn by a JavaScript:

Your browser does not support the <canvas> element.

To learn more about Canvas, please read our Canvas Tutorial.


CSS3 Transitions

With CSS3, we can add effects when changing from style to style.

Mouse over the element below:

CSS3
Transition

To learn more about CSS3, read our CSS3 Tutorial.


HTML SVG

SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics.

SVG graphics is embedded in HTML with <svg>.

To learn more about SVG, read our SVG Tutorial.


WebGL

WebGL (Web Graphics Library) is a JavaScript API for interactive 3D and 2D graphics in HTML.

WebGL allows CPU acceleration of graphics, images, and effects.

WebGL is JavaScript code, running with "helper" code on the computer's graphic hardware.

WebGL is not supported in all browsers.

WebGL is designed and maintained by the non-profit Khronos Group.



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