Html5

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DUONG NGOC HUYENStudent ID: 0901040031
2C09
HTML5

Introduction

Currently, in terms of web development, Flash, in spite of its success, is still not regarded as a standard because it is a proprietary technology provider. While web plays an important role in business, communication and society should not be in the hands of an independent supplier. However, giving up Flash means to redesign the web, with all the difficulty and costly. Now, when the HTML5 appears, the emergence of HTML5 creates more confidence and convenience to those who do not like Flash. This paper focuses on the very first definition of HTML to lead you to the modern web which may replace Flash in the near future. What is it

HTML is a language that provides a means to create structured documents by denoting structural semantics for text such as headings, paragraphs, lists, links, quotes and other items. HTML5 is currently under development, as the next major revision of the HTML standard. This code can now be used for new functions that can benefit developers and Internet users. What it consists of?

HTML5 concludes a number of new elements and attributes. The most important of them are: CANVAS ELEMENT

The canvas element can be used for describing graphs, game graphics or other visual images on the fly. Having to rely on plug-ins is not necessary. The possibilities are endless. VIDEO ELEMENT

Embedding video used to be impossible without third-party plugins such as Apple QuickTime or Adobe Flash. Thanks to video element, now it’s possible. It is intended by its creators to become the new standard way to show video online. GEOLOCATION

Locating a users’ place is not a new thing on the web. In fact, most websites already do this by means of IP address detection. But this is not always reliable, so HTML5’s geolocation is an alternative method of correctly pinpointing a users’ location. The new idea is to get the location information from Wi-fi towers and GPS. OFFLINE WEB...
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