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Free diving for California abalone is one of my favorite hobbies. Abalone is a highly prized meat, but is very difficult and often dangerous to obtain. Experienced abalone fisherman will swim out a little farther and free dive 10-15 ft deep, where there is little competition and plenty of abalone to be found. Even greater risk takers go far out into the ocean diving 30 -40 ft deep to find trophy abalone 10 -12 inches in diameter. The theory here is simple: with greater risk there is greater reward.
What is HTML5?
New canvas technology will also enable non-flash developers to be able to produce more interactive content without the need of Flash. Google has recently demonstrated this concept by placing a game of Pac-Man in their logo. To the average user, this might not seem like a big deal, but to a web engineer, this is a very welcoming idea.
Did Steve Jobs invent HTML5? (Opinion)
The HTML5 standard began long before the iPad was introduced. In 2006, The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) began discussing the development of HTML5, and in 2007 a working group had been formed to develop it. So why is it believed that Steve Jobs invented HTML5? Steve Jobs disrupted the technology industry when he introduced the iPad, announcing that it would support HTML5 and not Flash. Knowing that many online ads are made with Flash, Apple quickly introduced the iAd, which is based in HTML5, to deliver interactive advertisements. The iAd gained a lot of publicity for HTML5, which is why some falsely credit Steve Jobs with inventing it.
What is HTML5 capable of? (Evolution)
Where are we going with HTML5? (Vision)
I was recently watching a video clip of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates discussing the future of the internet in the mid 90's. Although Gate's prediction was more accurate, Jobs took the initiative to make that prediction a reality with the invention of the iPad, the iPod and his support of HTML5. HTML5 will bring internet users a unique interactive experience which has never been possible before. Interacting with content will become easier and will be tailored to individual tastes. When this migration begins, there will be a paradigm shift of the internet like we saw in the late 90's and early 2000. So get ready to embrace HTML5 into the future of your internet experience.
When do you recommend HTML5 to your client? (Leadership)
Jerry Hong is Engineering Manager at Red Bricks Media. With over 11 years experience as an accomplished software engineer, Jerry specializes in object-oriented approaches to develop software and web application. His email address is email@example.com.
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