Html5 introduction

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Html5 introduction

  1. 1. Introduction of
  2. 2. Overview  What is HTML5  History of HTML5  New features in HTML5  Difference of HTML5 with HTML4  Web applications currently using HTML5
  3. 3. What is  HTML 5 is the next version of Hyper Text Markup Language(HTML4)  It is developing by World Wide Web consortium W3C.  Defined error handling
  4. 4. History of HTML5 • HTML 3.0 was developed in 1995 • HTML 3.2 was completed by 1997 • HTML 4 was developed in the year 1998 • HTML5 was first started by Mozilla, Apple, and Opera under a group called the WHATWG(Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group). In 2006 W3C showed an interest in HTML5 and in 2007 they created a working group to work in HTML5 project. HTML5 is still under development.
  5. 5. New features in HTML5  Video and audio tags  Header and Footer  Nav, Section, article, aside,  Drag and drop  HTML canvas 2D context  Article and aside  HTML5 web messaging
  6. 6. Video and Audio • HTML5 include video with video element • HTML5 specifies a standard way to include audio, with the audio element. • The audio element can play sound files, or an audio stream. • Adding native support to browsers
  7. 7. Audio+Video=magic <video src="movie.ogg" controls="controls"></video> <audio src=" song.ogg " controls="controls"></audio>
  8. 8. Video and Audio Implementations Native video support in browsers 1. Opera 2. Safari 3.1 3. Firefox 3.1
  9. 9. Header and Footer <header> </header> <foooter>www.google.com</footer>
  10. 10. Canvas • Dynamic and interactive graphics • Draw images using 2D drawing API – Lines, curves, shapes, fills, etc. • Useful for:Graphs Applications Games and Puzzles.
  11. 11. Canvas Examples: Games Canvex http://canvex.lazyilluminati.com/ Experimental First-Person Shooter Game 3D Graphics
  12. 12. Form Controls: Numbers <input type="number"> <input type="range"> Supports(safari3.0.3,Opera)
  13. 13. Form Controls: Combo Boxes <input list="title-list"> <datalist id="title-list"> <option value="..."> </datalist> Supports(Opera))
  14. 14. Difference between HTML4 and HTML5 HTML4 HTML5 Elements like nav, header were not present. It brought new element for web structure like nav, header etc It was lack of rules of parsing so it is difficult to handle error. Strictly parsing rules introduced in html5 so handle the error. No multimedia supported without third party It inbuilt multimedia element in html5 like Audio,video,canvas It was not available It contains attributes like control menu, spell check etc.
  15. 15. Web sites that using HTML5  YouTube uses HTML5, www.youtube.com/html5  Google wave, a collaboration tool from Google uses several html5 tags  Only some of the browser only supports HTML5 features currently

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