Here is an interview with one who manipulates canvas like magic : Quentin Januel on Sololearn
1) Dear Mr. Quentin, can you please introduce yourself? ^^
I’m 17, in first year of college, in love with maths, programming, piano, Japanese, and probably more but I’m going to stop there as it becomes meaningless.
2) Well, what attracted you to canvas coding?
3) Your favourite code?
I don’t think I have any favorite code, mostly because I tend to hate my old projects as the time goes. If I had to name a few, I would say a complex functions’ ploter and a multiplayer platformer.
4) What is the path you recommend to learn canvas games and animations?
5) How did Canvas coding help you become a better programmer?
I think canvas makes me better at coding as practicing anything related to coding does make you better at it!
6) Any beginner advices?
I don’t consider myself good enough to let beginners trust my advices. But alright, here is one: never start too huge projects too quickly, you’re simply going to realise, one day, that you should start it all over again due to a bad structure. Instead, I’d recommend to redo some of your past codes to see how better you can organize it now.
You can view his profile at :
Some of his works :
1) Color switch
2) Learn Japanese
3) Mandelbrot set
4) Rotate cube by device rotation
5) Html writer
6) Magic multiplications
7) Koch flakes