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by Thomas Schmidt
from SUSE

Long term SUSE employee, was working on SUSE internal projects, OBS, SUSE Studio.
Developer of the software.o.o search, and involved in many openSUSE projects (wiki, fate, elections, ...).
Nowadays working on making the world a better place with SCC - the new SUSE Customer Center portal.
Beside the day-to-day tasks I like to stay up to date with the latest trends in web-, game- and mobile development.
You can read up more about my projects on http://www.digitalflow.de.

No video of the event yet, sorry!

Geeko Run – A jump and run game framework built completely in javascript and CSS. It is released under the terms of Creative Commons 3.0, that means it’s open source and you are free to use and modify it. I will give an introduction in the technical background of the game engine (level-rendering, collision-detection, enemies, controls), and show you how to customize the game with your own levels and graphics. All you need to run the game is a browser.

See also: http://www.digitalflow.de/blog/2013/01/geeko-run-html5-jump-run/

Date:
2013 July 21 14:30
Duration:
30 min
Room:
Zeus
Conference:
openSUSE Conference
Language:
Track:
openWorld
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