Tag: HTML5

Computing, Software & Applications

Review: The 6 best JavaScript IDEs

March 30, 2022

Via: Info World

JavaScript is used for many different kinds of applications today. Most often, it works with HTML5 and CSS to build web front ends. But JavaScript also helps build mobile applications, and it has found an important place on the back […]


What is Web3?

December 22, 2021

Via: Neal Mitchell

The introduction of the Static Web, or Web1, was revolutionary. It didn’t get the same praise as its successor, Web2, but it was, nevertheless, an invention that eased a couple of hassles. Those who were fortunate enough to have lived […]


HTML5: Where the core web technology is headed now

August 31, 2017

Via: Info World

HTML5 began making waves in software development many years before its official adoption in October 2014, reducing reliance on proprietary rich internet technologies such as Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight. The HTML5 video element, for embedding video in a document, was a big change […]

Computing, Software & Applications

Chrome 54 Kills YouTube Flash Embeds

October 17, 2016

Via: InfoQ

Google has launched Chrome 54. The latest release further side-lines Flash in the browser by using HTML5 for YouTube embed, and includes a number of fixes and improvements. The move away from Flash has been a work in progress for […]

Computing, Software & Applications

HTML5 Media Source Extensions: Bringing Production Video To The Web

April 26, 2016

Via: Smashing Magazine

In the last decade, plugins such as Flash and Silverlight have enabled a rich consumption of video in browsers, powering popular services such as YouTube and Netflix. However, this approach has shifted towards HTML5 over the last few years. Almost […]

Computing, Software & Applications

Microsoft Bumps Edge Rendering Engine to EdgeHTML 13

November 26, 2015

Via: InfoQ

Microsoft announced that their latest rendering engine, EdgeHTML 13 is rolling out to users as part of the first large-scale Windows 10 update. In a blog post, Edge Program Manager Kyle Pflug says that the updated rendering engine has a […]


HTML5 shoot-out: How Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE, and Opera measure up

April 29, 2015

Via: itCurated

Has it really been four years since the buzzword “HTML5” came screaming across the sky and gave us every reason to believe in the power of JavaScript in the browser? Time flies when you’re writing code. HTML5 is back on […]