Flash, Game Development, Gaming, html5

Re-Monetizing an Old Game: Porting Flash Games to HTML5

Since the “flash crisis” (starting from the summer of 2013) a lot of game developers have collided with an issue of being crammed with outdated flash games with copyrights sold to various sponsors and game portals. For the majority of the developers porting their old games to the new platforms could be an ideal option.… Continue reading Re-Monetizing an Old Game: Porting Flash Games to HTML5

Computing, Java, Node.js

Node.js vs Java: What to Choose

In the history of computing first Java appeared, then close on its heels came JavaScript. The names made them seem like conjoined twins newly detached, but they couldn't be more different. One of them compiled and statically typed; the other interpreted and dynamically typed. That's only the beginning of the technical differences between these two… Continue reading Node.js vs Java: What to Choose