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Submitted by AgentWhite 926d ago | news

HTML5: The future of the Web is finally here

Cnn : The tool that promises to launch the next era of websites, smartphone apps and online video is finally finished. (HTML5, Industry, Services, Web)

AgentWhite  +   926d ago
HTML 5 has made possible to embed our imagination in Web pages .
Mark484  +   926d ago
But before starting to embed imagination into webpages first kill internet explorer .Else all will fail.. LOLZ
AgentWhite  +   926d ago
why fail mark ??? download another browser and work...lol :-p
Speed-Racer  +   926d ago
@White - IE10 and 9 still score very low on the HTML5 compatibility charts. They still have a long way to come when compared to Firefox and Chrome. There is a cloud browser called Maxthon which trumps all others in the HTML5 game though.
Mark484  +   926d ago
But Your webpage is not met only 4 you. Some Users still use IE ,, take care of them
JANF  +   925d ago
Maybe the target audience for his website dont uses Explorer ;)
IRON883  +   926d ago
When is it out?
evil_element  +   926d ago
5-6 years time when WC3 approves of it. Till then we get little tastes of in various browsers.
SilentNegotiator  +   926d ago
Not truly "here and now", that's for sure.
AgentWhite  +   926d ago
yes one can see the innovation of Html 5 online . Many developer have uploaded their work . use the Api and have fun in designing .
SilentNegotiator  +   926d ago
And is still dominated by Flash, Java, etc in actual usage by about 99%.

A lot of good innovation does if it isn't used for anything I'm actually using.
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caseh  +   925d ago
It's only coming into play due to Jobs' little hissy fit with Adobe a few years ago and Apple refusing to adopt Flash, in a word or four...turtle-neck wearing tw*t.
Speed-Racer  +   925d ago
@caseh - you can't deny that Flash is a joke though. It's literally the only thing that makes my computer unstable.
I pre ordered it.

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