Take the Web Experience to the next level with HTML5
HTML5 isn't a software release, or a web development law. It's a major revision to how the web is put together. A standard, written in a broad fashion to accommodate different styles of development and the different thinking among web browser makers.
Without breaking down the hundreds of nuts and bolts, it's fair to say that HTML5 is aimed at making it easier to build wikis, drag-and-drop tools, discussion boards, real-time chat, search front-ends, and other modern web elements into any site, and have them work the same across browsers.
With more browsers and developers support HTML5's audio, video, and interaction standards, the idea of the web as the universal app store—for smartphones, for desktops and laptops, Windows, Mac, and Linux—gets closer to reality.
In this session we will be discussing about:
It’s all about HTML5 and nothing else :)