HTML5 is a buzz word in mobile industry these days. Web developers are supporting HTML5 and its features with open hands. It is also said that in coming years all major web browsers will implement 99% of HTMl5 code in their projects. Currently, major web browsers have adopted 80% of HTML5 as web standard. It is also forecasted that along with the predicted features for browsers, it may also support have some surprising capabilities. For instance: deployment of geolocation in all leading browsers will enable tracking of current location of the person. This will be done with the help of GPS installed on the phone or IP address of the system.
One more reason for fast paced HTML5 development is the lack of plug in support on popular smartphones like Apple’s iPhone. This void is filled by HTML5 for consumers looking Flash like experience. Therefore, many content websites have switched to HTML5 video formats. It is a daunting task for web app developers to create compatible applications for diversification of mobile operating systems like Windows, BlackBerry, iOS, Android etc.
HTML5 dominance as web technology has given plug-in developers a set back. It might give you a feel that days of Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight are numbered. But that’s not the case with Android as it is still using supporting Flash for letting users access the web. Moreover, HTML5 even after acquiring Flash’s position may not showcase features like P2P support, deep zoom technology, and some limited DRM support. These features may come in near future by combining various technologies with HTML5.
In addition, HTML5 Rich internet application development promises a ground breaking web experience for users. It is said that HTML5 will have significant impact on the changing web and the way web will serve its users. Developers are very optimistic about this futuristic change. According to them, after the 99% implementation of HTML5 as web standard will begin a new era of internet access and applications.