WebGL on iOS8, why this is HUGE news
Those who’ve tried out the iOS8 update were met with something truly remarkable: WebGL is enabled by default in Mobile Safari. With Apple finally on board, we now have support from ALL major desktop and mobile browsers.
So, what does this mean for you?
As web designers, it means you have some new tools in your toolbox. You can deliver native performance applications in the browser, with 3D graphics for product or data visualization. As mobile developers, it means you have a cross platform development pipeline, as alternative to building natively for iOS and Android. And for creative coders, it means we can start pushing the frontier of the web, to develop post-app experiences, marrying the lessons and practices learned in game and app development, with the scale of the web platform.
Come out and join us to learn about WebGL and new possibilities in the browser.