It is a latest version of the language that defines and allows for dynamic webpages. It has been introduced as a winner to numerous developers and browser users. It promises to never print the same page again. For a number of years, HTML5 has been working away improving its functionality. It is expected that many more improvements would be done before HTML5 gets a lock in the browser war.
It is not only for the pleasure of watching cargoOnline. It has successfully gotten two spots in the Candidate List for the upcoming version of Internet Explorer. Many thanks to all the open standards that will soon make it the successor that competitors fear. The browser war is not over yet, and will keep moving forward as one feature after another is added. The browser must be able to adapt and integrate each addition, or else the content will not load properly.
Why Should HTML5 win?
Why so? Well, because browser wars are over, and HTML5 has all the necessary features to put together a great browsing experience. To win the browser war one has to embrace current technology, and the addition of features such as Web Slices, Web Assembling, Dataules, and much more will make the new browser different than all others.
How HTML5 will look like?
Many expect that the new browser will be similar to the current version of Google Chrome, and will maintain tabs syncing and block ads. However, this is not the case. It has a different origin story. It started as a result of the Adobe merger. Together they proposed and Adobe improved the new browser, and to make it work; it had to be 64 bit.
Prepare For the Future
Co- herd the feature of functionality that HTML5 will bring with it. Many Source audition scenes are already on hold because it’s expected that HTML5 will launch soon with a series of new features, and in synchronous fashion, mobile platforms will also adopt it.
Why I think HTML5 will succeed
Why I think HTML5 will fail
Apple’s position on compatibility issues is a red flag. They always seem to ship latest and, well, latest. It will be interesting to see if Microsoft ships it enabled or not (Apple doesn’t support it in their dev-kit). Adobe seems to have more or less come out and committed to supporting it (Fireworks and Dreamweaver already do). It still seems like the future of the web is Inter Platform Therefore, the code editing powers of HTML5 are going to be Powerful.