HTML5- Revolution by innovation in Web Designing
HTML5 is the invention of Opera Software. As the name suggests, it is the fifth revision of HTML, which is still being developed and evolving and is being favored and backed by biggies like Google. The much talked about markup language for web, hit the mainstream in April 2010. It has been enthusiastically welcomed by web application designers because of its unprecedented ability to dynamically structure and present the website content, especially advanced multimedia like video streaming, fluid animation and playing music. It offers much more than one can expect or imagine. The web and interface designers have been migrating to it from the other conventional alternatives. With its rapidly increasing popularity, it has become a trend in the software industry.
The motive was to devise a language which is rich in features but the end users have a smooth and hassle free experience. The main focus was to keep things simple yet elegant and user friendly with easy interfaces, drag -and -drop tools, personalized customizable dashboards, wikis, so on and so forth.
It is backward compatible with the prior versions of HTML and XHTML and can be documented in the either syntax. So, if a designer has already implemented some designs in the older techniques, they will remain intact and the designer does not have worry about re working on them. The API s that it implements supports interoperability and cross-browser support which makes it potentially a strong contender to design the mobile applications meant to be run on different platforms. A blessing in disguise for the web designers, it is also suitable for the devices with low power such as tablets.
Embedding video clips, audios, animations, graphs and charts etc in HTML are no longer dependent on the use of third party or external plug-ins to provide a container in hosting them. The conventional