Applications, games, tools and tutorials for the HTML5 canvas element
Elmer has created this coverflow effect called Coulisse using the canvas element.
Elmer’s future plans involve releasing Coulisse as a jQuery.ui plugin.
BETA Please let us know if you find Coulisse works in other browsers by leaving a comment below.
It work on opera 11.0 as well (though the headline is shown in the regular font).
Posted on January 15, 2011
Bro, i want to lean how to that viewer
can u teach me?
thanks before yo..
Posted on February 21, 2011
Hey what do you mean by “lean how to”?
Posted on February 24, 2011
Yeah it does work on opera! I just didn’t test is on opera. It also seems to work on opera 10!!
no mousewheel …
Posted on February 27, 2011
Would you like mousewheel support? could you motivate it?
Posted on February 28, 2011
If you would like it in your own website, i just started building some demo’s that demonstrate how you could put coulisse in your own website. Look here -> http://coulisse.luvdasun.com/Demo
I am still working on it so please check the link often or become a fan on facebook for updates.
Posted on March 3, 2011
Wow maravilloso, pero lo que me pregunto es porque dura tanto tiempo el canvas para cargar, yo pruebo los website con internet dial up para determinal la calidad del website pero los canvas y el nuevo elemento de HTML5 dura un poquito en cargar, hago estas pruebas porque si en este tipo de internet la calidad de carga es buena en un WIFI, ADSL, 3G o 4G la carga sera fantastica.
Posted on March 10, 2011
El cargo depende del tamaño de las fotos! El sitio contiene imágenes de gran vie. Si las imágenes más pequeñas se utilizan entonces todo mucho más rápido de carga …
Posted on March 14, 2011
Working fine on Opera 11.10 (beta)
Posted on March 29, 2011
oh dear html5 fails again. please explain to me, now that the hype had died away, why anyone should still be interested in this sluggish and unwelcome hack…?
Posted on April 3, 2011
Terrible coding practices. Author appears to have no clue what he is doing.
Posted on May 19, 2011
Doesn’t seem to work on an iPad 2 at all – how do you make the images move?
Posted on July 7, 2011
As much as I love canvas, CSS3 transforms + transitions + animations are much better suited for this type of demo (Don’t forget that CSS3 animations are hardware accelerated, whereas 2-d context animations are not).
Posted on August 4, 2011
But how can I add an “rel” tag to the
for I want it to popup in a lightbox or something lik that!
(And not open a new window)
Posted on October 7, 2011
Hi, firstly thanks for sharing this and your work to get it developed and documented!
I’ve modified your code to play videos from a YouTube channel and it works great, but (as always) I’m having a little trouble getting it to work in IE because of canvas.
Is there any support for Google’s excanvas.js?
Posted on November 17, 2011
Just want to ask? if i will code this to visual studio 2008 with an xhtml transition1. can this code be accepted?? or this code is for css3 and html5 only
Posted on February 12, 2012
How can i download it?
Posted on March 21, 2013
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Posted on March 5, 2014
What’s up, its nice piece of writing regarding media print,
we all understand media is a wonderful source of information.
Posted on September 20, 2014
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