|Adams (Cameron), Edwards (James), Heilmann (Christian), Mahemoff (Michael), Pehlivanian (Ara), Web (Dan) & Willison (Simon)|
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What’s in This Book
Badges are snippets of third-party data (image thumbnails, links, and so on) that you can add to your blog to give it some extra personality. Christian Heilmann walks us through the task of creating one for your own site from scratch, using JSON and allowing for a plan B if the connection to the third-party server dies.
In this chapter, Cameron Adams introduces the canvas element, and shows how you can use it to create vector graphics — from static illustrations, to database driven graphs and pie charts — that work across all modern browsers. After you’ve read this chapter, you’ll never look at graphics on the Web the same way again!
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