Over the past few years, HTML5 has changed web browsers and coding alike with a stream of new elements,
attributes, and possibilities. In this session we’ll explore the major features that HTML5 offers developers, including
semantic elements, form enhancements, and browser-native audio and video. We’ll also survey the landscape of
browser support and get familiar with strategies for maintaining compatibility with legacy browsers like IE 7 and 8.
Finally, we’ll look at the fundamental changes happening to the process of revising HTML as a language and we’ll
consider some of the likeliest scenarios for the evolution of HTML in coming years.
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