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HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next

HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next
With HTML5 and the Canvas 2D specifications now "feature-complete," the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is mapping out enhancements for subsequent versions of these technologies. W3C is proceeding with refinements that could turn up in the HTML5.1 and Canvas 2D Level 2 versions of the specifications, which were released in an early draft form on Monday. W3C on Monday also published feature …
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HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next

HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next
With HTML5 and the Canvas 2D specifications now "feature-complete," the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is mapping out enhancements for subsequent versions of these technologies. W3C is proceeding with refinements that could turn up in the HTML5.1 and Canvas 2D Level 2 versions of the specifications, which were released in an early draft form on Monday. W3C on Monday also published feature …
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HTML5 vs native applications: The debate

HTML5 vs native applications: The debate
The growth and evolution of HTML has introduced many new capabilities for web developers to optimise the mobile experience, but to properly evaluate the significance of these changes, a comparison needs to be drawn between HTML5 and the traditional native, downloadable mobile application.
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HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next

HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next
With HTML5 and the Canvas 2D specifications now "feature-complete," the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is mapping out enhancements for subsequent versions of these technologies. W3C is proceeding with refinements that could turn up in the HTML5.1 and Canvas 2D Level 2 versions of the specifications, which were released in an early draft form on Monday. W3C on Monday also published feature …
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HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next

HTML5 is now feature-complete; here's what's next
With HTML5 and the Canvas 2D specifications now "feature-complete," the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is mapping out enhancements for subsequent versions of these technologies. W3C is proceeding with refinements that could turn up in the HTML5.1 and Canvas 2D Level 2 versions of the specifications, which were released in an early draft form on Monday. W3C on Monday also published feature …
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HTML5 Inches Closer to the Finish Line

HTML5 Inches Closer to the Finish Line
Creating a new web standard is a long, slow process, but every now and then there's visible progress. Today the W3C — the group that oversees the development of web standards — has announced that HTML5 is moving to "Candidate Recommendation" status, which puts it just two heartbeats away from becoming an official standard.
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