In the coming months, we will be witnessing several launches of mobile operating systems on the market, one of the signification operating system that strikes my mind, is the Firefox OS. Firefox OS is designed based on HTML5 platform, many features are experimental, but this is the first innovative approach to utilize web technology for mobile computing.
HTML5 has once again started a raging debate between the developer community in a way seen never before. The various building blocks of HTML5 under the scanner and being judged for their true delivery, versatility and overall worth. Though, HTML5 is still in its evolving stage it is powerful enough to keep the attention hanging over its latent importance.
A very interesting novelty of HTML5 is the ability to view multimedia content, especially video, using only the HTML tags. If we consider that each tag is actually interpreted by the browser, and then rendered, it soon becomes clear that the new specifications concern browsers, and not the page syntax. As of today, if we look at the operation of HTML, videos are usually displayed somewhere with a special plug-in, most notably Adobe’s Flash and Apple’s QuickTime.
HTML5 is a recent version of HTML combined with innovation. Flash is one of the most popular platform for designing animated web elements and bring the page to life. Are you using Flash elements on your Web Page, Here are 5 reasons which might convince you to drop Flash.
We all know that everything always come to bring change in its industry and we should to follow that new change. If we don’t follow and stuck with the old stuff we left behind.