With the growing increase of mobile devices, businesses have to ensure mobile
support, both in the B2B and B2C communication realms. Multiple mobile operating
systems, hardware devices as well as access processes are intimidating challenges for
HTML5 seems to be the solution. The write once, run anywhere capability of HTML5
makes it enjoy and maintain a rather large and influential position in the mobility space.
When HTML5 was first developed, it was only employed for developing static catalogs
and structuring small micro sites. However, it’s evolved to attain the WORA maturity for
handling diversified applications in almost every mobility field.
Here are some benefits of HTML5, which almost surely make it the must-use
technology for the future.
This means using a set of new tags to enhance your html code to make it more
meaningful. Conventional developers have been developing with much of tag div, today
they are served with new tags, like header, nav & footer, because HTML becomes a lot
Offline and Storage Capabilities
Offline: One of the most important aspects of HTML5 is its ability to create an HTML5
experience that’s reachable and usable no matter about an Internet network. It also
enables you to save data for local databases in addition to caching data offline.
HTML5 also grants you the freedom to bank useful data on client devices while easily
synchronizing it back to the server whenever you need to. This feature can make your
app function even when the user is not online, plus it also enhances performance.
HTML5 speeds up Real time chats, games and it promises to deliver enhanced
communication. It also connects people together and controls video conferencing inside
the browser without you needing a plug-in or any external application for it.
Multimedia in the form of videos
HTML5 also successfully integrates audio and video into the browser without any Flash
or Silverlight. Before, there had not been any hard and fast way to incorporate videos
into web pages. That’s why different businesses had to develop their own video players.
They functioned well, but the external plug-ins required an annoying downloading
process. Gone are the days when HTML was frowned upon for failing to implement
videos. Now, HTML5 works fine, running videos smoothly for a wonderful and speedy
Special effects and 3D Graphics
animations and add visual effects to their websites. But with HTML5’s new tags, like
canvas, developers can now produce impressive visual effects similar to those created
in Flash. Experts say that it may just be the right time to say goodbye to Flash entirely.
Performance and Integration
HTML5 makes sure your applications are more robust and faster, allowing you to do
the background without needing other scripts, and it doesn’t have any effect on the
performance of the page
Mobile devices have already taken over the world. With the adoption of hand held
devices, more and more users are using their mobile browsers to view websites or use
applications in future. HTML5 is the most mobile-ready instrument to develop today’s
popular mobile sites and apps.
Mobile browsers have completely embraced HTML5 for developing their mobile-ready
projects. HTML5 will surely furnish the web many fresh and new markup tags, including
video and audio, a canvas aspect for animations and the latest semantic elements like
header, article and aside, giving them a completely different meaning to elements in
Why HTML5 will be the future of web
Over sixty percent of developers have changed to HTML5 development for their major
projects. There is no question that HTML5 will become the most preferred platform of
choice for developers in the future. While web technologies mature and get better each
year, HTML5 development is soon going to overshadow native app development.
In the future, all web applications must be able to work for the vast majority of mobile
platforms, and it should work on any HTML 5-compliant web browser, no matter
whether it is deployable on a mobile device or on a conventional desktop. No doubt,
HTML5 is going to be the KEY to the future of web development.