The Great Wall Club (a group of Chinese mobile executives) to Google for a look at some of the company's development tools. While Developer Relations Manager Patrick Chanezon was unable to comment on yesterday's news of Google's threat to cease operations in China, he did show off some impressive demos utilizing HTML 5.This morning ReadWriteWeb accompanied
1. O3D Beach Demo: The enclosed demo shows how fast it is to change whole portions of an application when editing in-browser.
2. Flash-like Demo: 9elements created a project that resembles a flash application but encompasses a variety of HTML 5-related tools. For more information on the experiment, check out the company's blog post.
3. Drum Kit Demo: Brian Arnold's HTML 5 Drum Kit is an open source Web-based sequencer that records your sample options and reflects your loop in the browser. (Works best in Firefox.)