If there is one way to tell just how popular HTML5 is getting these days, it would be by looking at the number of companies that are making a move to work more dynamically with the technology. More and more companies are making it easier for other people to work with this programming language as well. Intelis just one company that has been pushing people toward HTML5 with its developer toolset. Now Adobe (News - Alert) has launched its own Web developer suite that is heavy on integration with HTML5.
Danny Winokur, Adobe's vice president and general manager of Interactive Development, recently spoke to the media and said the release of this particular suite isto “"advance what's possible with HTML5 and associated technologies that have become instrumental to the modern Web." Winokur said that Adobe has been working on getting these creation tools up and running, but also making sure that there is an actual use for these types of programs. Adobe sees a real future with HTML5 and wants other companies to see that future as well. "One of the things that is important for us, and that we believe benefits the larger Web community, is to have the Web platform—what the browsers are capable of doing—become much more expressive."
The entire suite can be had for $49.99 a month, or users can get the different bits and pieces of the toolkit for smaller monthly payments.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey