HTML5, The New Internet Browser Standard

July 15, 2011 Leave a Comment

HTML5, The New Internet Browser Standard



HTML5 is now on its way to become the new standard on web browsing. Following the continuous effort of Chrome, other internet browsers like Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari have also updated their platforms to catch-up for the standardization of this new age modern program.

Blogger, one of the product of Google has also showed in March the different Dynamic Views . This animated viewing genre requires an advanced browser to run it. Using HTML5 all the Blogger users have experience this.

Beginning on the first day of August, Blogger.com will no longer be running smoothly using older programs such as Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, and Safari 3. So the entire staff of Blogger are requiring us to shift to a newer or higher one or update the software that we are using now.

So what are you waiting folks, these higher version of browsers are all free in the web. Don't be left behind.


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3 comments »

  • Ahmad Maryuki said:  

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  • Lauraine said:  

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  • windowsphone7developement said:  

    I agree that HTML5 is too far than flash and also flash is very powerful than HTML5. Below are the few points which I have noticed
    1) Video compatibility (youtube html5 player need different format of video for different browsers, which directly impact on storage and bandwidth)
    2) Styling (need separate CSS for different browsers)
    3) Multiple audio support at one time and simulations
    4) Code is not secure
    And many more…

    But as per my analysis and Adobe Flash acceptance for HTML 5. Seems that after few years HTML 5 will be closer competitor.

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