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Modern Web Coding
HTML5 for Modern Web Development & Animations
HTML5 is the next major revision of the HTML standard, currently under development by the W3C Group (The World Wide Web Consortium). HTML5 is a flexible, feature-rich and scalable to different devices. It enables development of animations and streaming of video for cross-device platforms (such as animations playing on iPhones and iPads and other devices without a Flash player). HTML5 development typically takes place in conjunction of a collection of new Web technologies such as CSS3 and AJAX. Interaria is proficient in these technologies and in the new developing HTML5 animation program, Adobe Edge, which creates visual HTML5 animations.
HTML5 standards are a building block of a new semantic web where the current web of unstructured documents is harnessed into elegant “web of data”. New syntactical features of HTML5 include video, audio, header and canvas elements that are designed to make it easy to include and handle multimedia and graphical content on the web without having to resort to proprietary plugins.
For instance, the canvas element allows drawing of complex graphics and animations and is on its way of replacing an external Flash player plugin. The new emerging HTML5 animation programs such as Adobe Edge are promising.
Another key feature of HTML5 is its "built in" ability to play media (audio and video) without any needs of external media player plug-ins. Effectively, a web developer can just drop a media file to the page, and then a browser that supports HTML5 (such as Chrome) knows what to do with the file.
Fourthly, HTML5 supports neat drag and drop features useful for information sorting within a web page, easy social media sharing, and drag-and-drop of images and attachments (currently supported by Gmail in the latest Google Chrome browser and Apple’s Safari 5.x.) HTML5 drag-and-drop feature is defined as an "action of a mousedown event that is followed by a series of mousemove events, and the drop could be triggered by the mouse being released." (W3C)
For instance, by utilizing HTML5 technology a user may drag online store items to a shopping cart, organize lists of objects in a visual manner, and enjoy different types of online board games that simulate real life playing situations. For uploading images and sending attachments HTML5 is really neat: imagine uploading images from your desktop by simply dragging them to the web page without the need to click buttons such as “browse” and "upload". HTML5 is turning the user experience from operational to user-intuitive, softening the lines between tangible and virtual.
HTML5 has been widely talked and debated about in the context of developing mobile apps. The offline playing and local storage capabilities of HTML5 do create an alternative technology solution for native iOS and Android app development. Many enterprise apps and consumer database apps that do not require specific mobile phone features and resources to function optimally can be developed on HTML5 mode, hence avoiding the "walled garden" of iOS app libraries and their fee structure.
Currently the biggest obstacle for developing HTML5 web media is an uneven support of HTML5 by different web browsers. For instance, some web browsers support HTML5 video while others don’t. This gives double work to a web developer who needs to offer alternative code and be sure to test HTML5 developed web media in all current browsers. Time should fix this problem as browser manufacturers are working to improve their browsers and the web as a development platform.
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