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  • 1. HTML5
    VII Semester, Info Sci& Engg, MITE  Cell: +91 9916967888 
  • 2. The Next Big Thing …
    HTML 5
    Exciting, New Standard for
    Developing Websites & Applications
  • 3. HTML5 is still under Development
  • 4. HTML Timeline
    1995 – HTML 2.0
    Formalized the syntax and many of the rules that were already implemented.
    1997 – HTML 3.2
    Largely ignored by browser manufacturers who began to implement their own tags.
    1998 – Web Standards Project
    Pushed for standards adoption, added weight to the W3C recommendations and promoted standards-based browsers.
  • 5. 1999 – HTML 4.0
    Stabilized the syntax and structure of HTML, became the standard for web authoring.
    2000 – XHTML 1.0
    Designed to move HTML towards XML.
    DTDs often caused it to render as HTML
  • 6. The Growth of the Web
    2000 – 2004
    High Bandwidth connections increase, as does the demand for the multimedia and applications driven by technology such as Flash and AJAX
    Work on XHTML 2.0 begins
  • 7. The Rise of HTML 5
    2004 – WHATWG begins what will become HTML 5
    2007 – W3C charters new working group and adopts WHATWG’s work, renamed HTML 5
    2009 – W3C does not renew the XHTML 2.0 charter
    2010 – Driven in large part by Apple and Google, public interest in HTML 5 grows
  • 8. Why do we need HTML 5
  • 9. HTML 5 Specification is Much Larger
  • 10. HTML5 Vision & Design Principles
    Universal Access
  • 11. DOCTYPE has been Simplified
    Prior Doctypes
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN” “”>
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN” “”>
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “”>
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN” “”>
  • 13. HTML 5 Character Encoding
    HTML 4
    <meta http-equiv=“Content-Type” content=“text/html; charset=UTF-8” />
    HTML 5
    <meta charset=“UTF-8” />
  • 14. HTML 5 New Elements
    article, aside, audio, canvas, command,
    datalist, details, embed, figcaption, figure,
    footer, header, hgroup, keygen, mark, meter,
    nav, output, progress, rp, ruby, section,
    source, summary, time, video
  • 15. Deprecated Elements
    basefont, big, center, font, s, strike, tt,u
    frame, frameset, noframes
    acronym, applet, isindex, dir
  • 16. New Semantic Elements
  • 17. Forms in HTML 5
    Web Forms 2.0 specifications is integrated into HTML 5
    Date pickers, color, pickers, and numeric stepper controls added
    Input field types now include email, search, and url
    PUT and DELETE form methods now supported
  • 18. Audio Video Offline Apps Editable
    Drag & Drop
    Integrated APIs
  • 19. Associated APIs
  • 20. Other Features
    HTML5 Web Workers
    HTML5 Structure & CSS3
    HTML5 Local Storage
    HTML5 API’s & Mobile
    HTML5 Dynamic imaging with Canvas
  • 21. Error Handling
    Previous specifications left error handling up to user agents
    XHMTL 2.0 featured draconian error handling
    Pages would stop rendering if an error was found
    HTML 5 features detailed algorithms for parsing errors
  • 22. Current Support
  • 23. Browser Support
  • 24. Online Resources
    Microsoft IE 9 Test Center
  • 25. Can I Use
    HTML 5 Test
  • 26. HTML 5 Timeline
    2004 – Workshop on web Applications and Compound Documents
    2005 – Web Applications 1.0 Working Draft published
    2007 – W3c adopt WHATWG’s work in a new charter, publishes
    the new HTML 5 Working Draft
    2009 – Last call issued for the HTML 5 Working Draft
    2012 – HTML 5 Specification to reach Candidate status (projected)
    2022 – HTML 5 Specification to reach Recommendation status
  • 27. Current State of HTML 5
    2010 - 2011
    Working Draft is in Last Call
    Some parts of the Draft are more mature than others.
    Increasing number of devices and browsers feature partial implementation.
    You don’t have to wait to start using some aspects of HTML 5!
  • 28. Downsides
    Development of HTML5 specifications is slow and is subject to change
    Real time video streaming is not supported nor is the full screen video
    HTML is not an XML standard, so may be incompatible with XSLT & MathML
  • 29. Future
    Even though it is far from being finished, a lot of developers have started use HTML5 features that are being currently supported by the browsers.
    It will eventually evolve into a programming platform.
    There is a possibility that it will replace Flash & Silverlight.
    Search Engines will give better results.
    Web Pages will be able to load faster.
  • 30. Thank You
    Any Doubts …??