HTML5 specs finally finalized
The World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C, has announced that it has finally finalized the specs for the HTML5 standard after almost eight years of work. This should allow rich content to work seamlessly across desktop and mobile platforms. Though parts of HTML5 have been used by web developers over the years, the final W3C recommendation is now ready.
W3C head Jeff Jaffe said of the standard:
The HTML5 standard may serve as a stepping stone for the future Open Web Platform, which could help drive even more cross-platform web apps in the future, with PC World reporting:
If you want to view the final specs for HTML5, be sure to visit the W3C.
Are you happy that the W3C has finally sorted out all the standards that go into creating the final recommendation for HTML5 for a richer, cross-platform Internet experience?
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I'd rather say,"suck it web developers that rely heavily on flash". :3
I wonder how much of Google's non prefixed code was implemented correctly and if they will bother to fix it if it wasn't.