NTG – HTML5 Application Development

Aug 28, 2011

NTG – HTML5 Application Development The HTML5 development is a continuing effort of many software developers and other industries related to technology in order to revise the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). The HTML is the main language being utilized by the World Wide Web. The development of the HTML5 was spearheaded by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) in 2004. Two of the well-known application developers David Hyatt of Apple and Ian Hickson of Google are among the editors of the HTML revision.

HTML5 : The Revised Version Of HTML

Aug 25, 2011

HTML5 : The Revised Version Of HTML HTML5 is a revised version of HTML standard. Its development is still under process. The difference between HTML5 and its immediate predecessors HTML4.01 and XHTML1.1 is that HTML5 has features like video playback and drag-and-drop which were missing in the earlier versions. The origin of the specification dates back to June 2004 by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) under the name Web Applications1.0.In March 2010 WHATWG was ready with the draft standard state of the specification.

HTML5 Development

Aug 5, 2011

HTML5 Development HTML5 development is an ongoing effort of a consortium of many software developers and other interested industry groups to update and revise Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), which is the core language at the heart of the World Wide Web. The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) started work on HTML5 in 2004 which is being edited by Ian Hickson of Google, Inc and David Hyatt of Apple. The HTML5 specification standard is in various draft states at at W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) which began working with the WHATWG draft of HTML5 in 2007.

HTML5 and Flash: Why Flash is Here to Stay

Jul 31, 2011

HTML5 and Flash: Why Flash is Here to Stay There has been a lot of debate about the future of Flash on the web ever since Apple announced that they would not support Flash on their mobile devices. HTML5 has new elements that can reproduce a lot of the same functionality that is currently done with Flash. Apple and others are promoting HTML5 instead of Flash. While many are declaring Flash dead, there are a number of reasons why HTML5 won’t kill Flash anytime soon.

Drupal And HTML5

Jul 29, 2011

Drupal And HTML5 With the advent of HTML5-supported browsers, many web developers are looking to switch to using HTML5 for many of their media needs, including the big one: embedded video. While most of the web developing world uses Flash for their embedded video needs, now that HTML5 is on its way and browsers are starting to support it, some web developers want to be on the bleeding edge and switch their sites over to HTML5.

Firefox 4 Release Today (we hope!)

Mar 22, 2011

The long awaited Firefox 4 will hopefully be released today, with plenty of [new features][1] and support for HTML 5, CSS 3. I’m really hoping they haven’t rushed out the release to match the recent IE9 release, but the release candidate has been around for a while so lets hope that isn’t the case. I’ve been finding Firefox extremely slow for the last few months so I am glad to see they are bigging-up the performance improvements in this latest version.