Journal: News & Comment

Sunday, April 15, 2007
# 11:09:00 AM:

HTML5 becoming realistic?

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Web geeks are the only ones who'll care about this, but Digital Web has a great summary of the upcoming HTML5 and XHTML2 standards for creating web pages in the future, including why HTML5 is a better option. I sort of understood the issues before, but that article cleared it up for me.

Now all we need is some browser support for next-generation development technologies. If you don't build modern web pages, you might not even know that the basic coding infrastructure everyone is using is about eight years old, and could use updating for the way people want to make and use websites and web applications today.


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