HTML5 is the next evolutionary step in the competitive web world. In web usage, it has infinite possibilities and usages. Surpassing all the obstacles of its predecessors, it comes with improvised language and support. It is comprehensive to most of the present media devices and compatible with recent browsers.
The infographic elucidates the evolution of HTML5 through its Past, Present and Future:
Evolution of HTML5: An Infographic Based on Past, Present & Future – Created by CSSCHOPPER Team
Tthe infographic has been sketched straight from the introductory year (past), coming towards it present stature and ending with the future prospect.
Some Important Points:
1. 2004: Origin of “What Working Group”
2. 2008: HTML5 first move to browser compatibility
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