COMEX 2013 takes users through the implications of HTML 5
- Oman: Tuesday, March 05 - 2013 at 14:47
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All the information, videos and information available on the internet are powered by a special coding language called HTML. The latest version of HTML namely HTML5 will revolutionise the concept of web surfing for users.
Most of us get frustrated when we want to view a video on Youtube but realise we can't do this without installing Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight. With HTML we won't have this problem anymore since the content we enjoy these days is supported by this platform. This effect can already be felt by consumers using Android and iPhone operating systems that allow them to view Youtube videos encoded in HTML 5. Users can use the web to work offline when the device is not connected to the net or reload a previously visited webpage even if they are temporarily offline using the HTML5 offline application cache.
What does this mean for the business world? It will be highly useful for businesses building and executing web content since you can develop once and use the same code to reach multiple markets. Since businesses will be able to create highly compelling web products, this will result in increasing customer engagement. A popular feature of HTML5 is that is allows you to add videos to your business web pages in the same way you add pictures. HTML5 Geolocation API will make the position of users accessing the businesses website available to businesses.
"HTML 5 will make it a lot easier for web and app developers to develop rich applications and websites which can be viewed on almost any new browser without any additional plugins. HTML 5 has cleaner codes, better local storage, audio-video support, excellent user interaction through canvas and is great for game and mobile development. HTML 5 is the future and here to stay. So I would advise all web designers and developers to dive into HTML 5," says Mr. Jamshid N Nalakath, Head - Projects, Muscat International Technologies LLC
Since the final version of HTML5 is still under development, we will focus on other IT solutions that maximise the customer and business experience which will be available at COMEX 2013, Oman's leading IT and Telecom Show under the COMEX Business and COMEX Shopper pavilions.
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