Video tutorial: Create animated HTML5

The web is changing. Now that all modern desktop and mobile browsers support HTML5 and Adobe has discontinued Flash for mobile browsers, it’s time to think about which delivery method to choose – and certainly for mobile platforms, HTML5 is the best option for interactive content.

Hype (available from the Mac App Store) creates animated and interactive HTML5 content, without requiring you to write a single line of code. In this tutorial, we’re going to create an animated HTML5 banner using Hype’s simple, yet powerful, scene editor and keyframe-based animation system. By the end, you’ll know how to build and animate a scene, and how to respond to scene and user events.

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