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Hypertext Markup Language or HTML 5 is a markup language basically used to represent the content in World Wide Web on internet. HTML 5 is an advance version of HTML and HTML 4.01 and has many enhanced features like cross platform compatibility, Full CSS3 Support, Video and Audio, 2D/3D Graphics, Local Storage and much more.

In our time when web is almost synonymous to computing and when virtually anything in life is being in the simulated reality of web, we hardly can consider the newest version of our good old Hypertext Markup Language or HTML 5 as just another tech event. What HTML 5 can offer and how it would add value to our web experience in the hyperactive web platform that is increasingly becoming fluid between tech gadgets and devices, we are not certain but considering the hype that we can already sense, it would definitely have something significant that previous HTML versions just could not put in place.

From initial reactions we can envisage a great array of positive signs in the tech community regarding the effects it would take in creating applications and new programs. HTML 5 is reported to be loaded with great range of developer friendly features that would augment the user experience to a great extent. It is also already widely appreciated that HTML 5 would replace the necessity of adobe flash power to run certain web animation, videos etc. Moreover HTML 5 is made to support the latest browsers and browsing preferences than the old time internet browsers. There are some aspects of HTML 5 that according to some specialists would pose few problems in regard to compatibility with some popular browsers, but having said that you must understand that you just cannot make everything perfect at one go and to expect more we can always look forward. Let us now have a look at some of the features and benefits that HTML 5 can offer to the user.

Faster, speedier browsing experience!

By far that is the most speculated and appreciated aspect that the new HTML 5 can offer to augment the browser experience. HTML 5 would be able to load the websites much faster and with minimum bandwidth which in any case remained always a concern and expectation for the end web users.

No need for external plugins

That is a long awaited solution that after all these days thankfully being available with HTML 5. Previously for heavy transition web contents like animation, certain games and videos, etc you needed to seek help from external plugins while browsing, but now new and much improved HTML 5 is loaded with features that would satisfy such browsing demands.

Sophisticated design attributes

For a web developer or designer the all new HTML 5 can offer an array of design attributes that would provide the usual text a much sophisticated look without much design oriented works. For blogger or common web pages this can open a new dimension now. Knowing HTML 5 you can make a common web page much sophisticated looking than earlier.

HTML 5 is meant to support mobile devices

When Microsoft came up with Windows 8, the sign became clear that the every new tech upgrade, be it in browsing or web or in operating systems would be focused on the increasingly dominating mobile devices. Surely the launch of HTML 5 is the most awaited move for the industry as the commonest and most popular web language from now on would support all mobile devices like smart phones, tablets, phablets and notebooks with precise features that are made for them.

HTML 5 is loaded with application cache

The most popular and penetrating in today's browser and computing experience are the tons of user specific applications that sometimes make you use web capabilities even when you are offline. Every big platform in operating platforms in mobile and computing devices are in the foray to create their application cache and HTML 5 is just going to be the newest and one hot inclusion. The applications that HTML 5 can offer after its launch are sure to have some niche as until now it is the most widely used web language in use.

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Posted on: June 10, 2013

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