Made in USA: Enterprise Application Services
There are few technologies as pervasive on the lips of developers and those in the web industry as HTML5. HyperText Mark-up Language’s fifth version heralds venerable syntax language that is built for a new era of content-rich websites.
New tags specifically lay out what each section of content is for: from asides, to articles, to sections. This type of content already exists, of course; they didn’t just magically pop up in HTML5 after being absent in web development for 20 years. Now that developers can specify what exactly a piece of content is in the markup language, search engines will be better able to see what the page is offering and the layout of that page.
There are a host of other capabilities that HTML5 offers as well. Local storage allows for
client-side stored information to be reused later almost like a database inside the user’s browser. While this is not as robust as having an actual database that can be accessed from any browser on any computer, it’s got some pretty great applications. The tag can stream video without the use of Adobe’s Flash Player plugin, making it more mobile friendly. In fact HTML5 is extremely mobile friendly.
With its growing popularity, all major browsers are making sure they can handle HTML5’s new technology.
Get excited about HTML5; it’s the next phase of the new, content-rich web. At Ayoka, an HTML5 programming company, we are always up to date with the latest languages. Give us a call at 817-210-4042 to get started!