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Up until now, specifics about the new HTML5 were scarce, but the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has finally announced that specifications were complete. With a few more steps left to take, HTML5 offers simpler solutions with many new features.
The other day we caught up with Todd Anglin, VP of HTML5 Web and mobile tools for Telerik, when we covered Telerik's newly available and excellent guide to architecting and building enterprise mobile apps. We also spent some time discussing the recently "finalized" World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML5 standard, and Todd had some very interesting thoughts to share on it, where HTML5 is headed next, what is likely to happen over the next year, and what WHATWG adds to the HTML5 standards process from its "living standard" perspective.
HTML5 has certainly generated a lot of buzz and excitement in the technology space. From mobile features, apps and gaming, HTML5 enables developers to create apps and websites with the functionality, speed, performance and experience of desktop applications.
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