What are we waiting for migrating to HTML5?
Against the “hated” Adobe Flash plugin, the markup language HTML5 is rising for some time as a replacement, offering the use of new technologies for playing multimedia content. Nevertheless, the Standard is not yet widely adopted by websites, and following that, we wonder why it occurs.
It turns out that according to a report from analyst firm Forrester, 83% of users in Europe and 75% in the U.S. using a Web Browser that supports most of the HTML5 spec, growing about 20% annually. Then the problem is that not enough has been developed in the website.
We know there are other plugins that offer more functionality than using HTML5 APIs and in some cases it is imperative that webmasters use them, however, HTML5 has been quite able to deliver various elements , so we open the discussion of the reasons why the new standard has not taken off.
Link: Forrester report HTML5 Urges adoption, says MOST browsers can support it (Ars Technica)Tags: Adobe Flash, flash, Forrester, html, HTML 5, HTML5, Standard, Web Browser, Web browsers