HYPER TEXT is a known term amongst the Internet User Community. Every single time they visit a website, the most common thing they do is click a link that is a hyper text. The best thing is it is hyper because it can take you from â€œAnywhere to Anywhereâ€.
The most commonly studied language by all, the most widely used language among web developers and is the publishing language of the World Wide Web. Who ever had attended a computer class and knows a little about web are very much familiar to the term HTML. So its not a rocket science as its easy to write also doesnâ€™t need a great tool, a Notepad is enough. World Wide Consortium(W3C) is the organisation which provides the specifications on HTML.
The first version of HTML was described in late 1991. The current W3C Recommendation for HTML is HTML 4.01, published in December 1999. World Wide Web Consortium & WHATWGÂ started working on the HTML5 in 2007 and they published a working draft in 2008, since then this version is under development tag. Instead of me telling you the complete storey , better visit this site and take journey to the history of HTML5.
To the consumer, this means an easy life with finding, viewing and downloading stuffs such as videos. Searching locally will become more reliable as HTML5â€™s geolocation feature becomes the standard.
Tags, Element and attributesÂ are knows as the Markup in HTML
Some of the new stuffs in HTML5 elements are
- New API
- 2D using Canvas
- Media support (Audio, Video)
- Offline storage
- Drag N Drop
- Enhanced Mark-up elements
- Web Storage
- Error Handling (If you do not support just ignore)
- Auto Focus
- Input Types Enhancement
- Multiple File Upload
- Offline Application Caching
- Now you can use the power of HTML5 with CSS3 and JQUERY to write mobile apps also with a few changes that will work in web browsers.
The main intention of writing this article is to let you know about the various learning materials available on the web to know more detail on HTML5.
A best graphic way of representing the history of html5 is here http://mashable.com/2012/07/17/history-html5/
Web Standard (From The Creator)
Interview Questions on HTML5
This is a cool collection for the beginner by Shiv PrasadÂ Â Koirala
Websites that uses HTML5
Test your browser for HTML5 compatibility
Links you must visit and experience HTML5
so get ready and write
Till next time â€œKeep Smilingâ€