W3C announces HTML5 standards will be definite in July 2014

W3C announces HTML5 standards will be definite in July 2014

Feb 17

A few months ago I have announced the first mobile HTML 5 framework news of Sencha Touch. And during one of my visits to Microsoft Turkey office a friend of mine presented me the new HTML 5 support of IE 9 with some best of breed slide decks.

This week W3C has announced the mature standards of HTML5 will be ready in July 2014. You can read a related list message from here about the announcement. But what are all those current IE, Firefox, Chrome enhancements on HTML 5? Sometimes being an early adapter of  a new technology is painful, am I right? Read the following for more detail.

First Mobile HTML 5 Framework, Sencha Touch

First Mobile HTML 5 Framework, Sencha Touch

Nov 15

Web based developers, especially front-end developers are exciting with the announcement of HTML 5 improvements. Communities evaluates the future of Flash and Silverlight technologies. It was so obvious to anticipate all these improvements in HTML, because it has been years since HTML 4 and behaviors of online people, request and communication types have changed so much. Video streaming, interactive pages, unwritten new design rules come with web 2.0 and much more of these changing units have changed HTML 5 improvement into an obligation. Some companies has recently started to announce their HTML 5 supported front-end frameworks.