The objective of the project is to learn new HTML5 technologies in detail. Students team up with other students to form groups of 3 students (formed independently), select a project topic compliant with the course requirements, complete required assignments as well as give two demos—one at the mid-term demo and the other at the concluding workshop.
The idea of the project work is to learn details of the new HTML5 technologies. You can either compare existing implementations, analyze libraries, or implement experimental application. In practice, the work has to be research oriented.
- CSS3 (Shuang Qiu, Wenbin Luo & Yiming Yang)
- WebGL (Jutta Kalli, Tuuli Sarantola & Miki Tolonen)
- WebSockets (Ukko Sarekoski, Panajis Rantala & Sarmad Saleem)
- WebRTC (Markus Kullberg, Marko Tyrväinen & Niclas Lindgren)
- WebWorkers (Goviadko Ilia, Kalaiarasan Saminathan & Thai Vu)
- Semantic markup
- Offline Storage (Ahmed Mansur, Roman Dunets & Farhad Eftekhari)
- Geolocation (Tomi Kalmi, Rory How & Sakari Sutela)
- Own topic: Mobile Sensors (Mohammad Omar Nasir, Xin Zhao & Marco Zugliani)
- Own topic: Benchmarking (Matti Jokitulppo, Olavi Haapala & Mehrad Mohammadi)
- Own topic: Chat (Antti Kurkinen, Jesse Koivukoski & Teemu Taskula)
The final report has to be a four page, double column paper, including Title, authors list, abstract, and reference. The main text can be divided, for example, to introduction, related work, results, analysis, and conclusions section. In addition, each group gives a oral presentation in the final workshop.