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Old 01-22-2015, 03:14 AM   #1
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W3C Says HTML5 Is Complete

There had to be a line drawn somewhere, and now it's here: W3C passes HTML5 to the staus, as it calls it, recommendation.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published a Recommendation of HTML5, the fifth major revision of the format used to build Web pages and applications, and the cornerstone of the Open Web Platform. For application developers and industry, HTML5 represents a set of features that people will be able to rely on for years to come. HTML5 is now supported on a wide variety of devices, lowering the cost of creating rich applications to reach users everywhere.

Today we think nothing of watching video and audio natively in the browser, and nothing of running a browser on a phone, said Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director. "We expect to be able to share photos, shop, read the news, and look up information anywhere, on any device. Though they remain invisible to most users, HTML5 and the Open Web Platform are driving these growing user expectations.

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