Use of HTML 5 in mobile hardware

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why HTML 5 is using in mobiles and what are the advantages of using HTML 5 in mobile devices?

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Use of HTML 5 in mobile hardware


Hello there Ainee38,

HTML 5 is very common now a day when it comes to web programming. It is the revision of HTML where a lot of features is being added like canvas where the content cannot be copied and paste.

HTML 5 creates feature rich web based applications that reduced the functionality gap between mobile websites and apps.

You may read this article to understand fully why HTML 5 is being used in mobile applications:

And you may also read this article

Hope it helps you.

Regards Roland

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Use of HTML 5 in mobile hardware


Nowadays HTML5 plays an important role for mobile application developers.

There are many reasons for that growing popularity of HTML5 among mobile developers.

1. HTML5 allows the developers to offer new features and applications to their customers

2. Build Twitter App with these technologies.

3. Create apps that detect the orientation of mobile devices

4. Use geolocation and maps in a location based app

5. Enable mobile users to use their app in offline

6. Use HTML5 web forms to create an address book app

7. Create drawings and animation with JavaScript and HTML5's canvas element

8. Use HTML5's audio and video elements to build a movie trailer app.

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Use of HTML 5 in mobile hardware


“HTML” stands for “HyperText Markup Language”. It is the standard markup language for building web applications and web pages. Together with JavaScript and CSS or Cascading Style Sheets, HTML builds a triad of foundation technologies for the World Wide Web. When a user uses a web browser to access a website, it receives HTML documents from a web server or local storage and delivers them into multimedia web pages.

The original version of HTML is HTML 2.0 published in November 24, 1995 as IETF RFC 1866. It was followed by HTML 3.2 in January 14, 1997 published as a W3C Recommendation. This was the very first version that was exclusively developed and standardized by the W3C because the IETF had closed its HTML Working Group on September 12, 1996.

In December 18, 1997, HTML 4.0 was published as a W3C Recommendation and was reissued in April 24, 1998 without incrementing the version number and containing minor edits. It was then followed by HTML 4.01 in December 24, 1999 published as a W3C Recommendation publishing its last errata on May 12, 2001. HTML5 was published on October 28, 2014 as a W3C Recommendation.

The latest version at the moment is HTML5.1 published on November 1, 2016 as W3C Recommendation.

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