W3C: HTML5 Not Ready, Suggests Developers Hold Off
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has said that because the HTML5 standard is not yet finalized, developers should wait before rushing to create HTML5 content. Specifically, there are still interoperability issues between browsers. The W3C expects HTML5 to be finalized by the middle of 2011.
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Adobe to Retire Flash In 2020
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I feel sorry for iOS users
okay, everybody stop and wait until 2011...
What they are saying is that it's not a good idea to go "All In" with HTML5 because the standards still haven't been worked out. So until they do, if you choose the wrong one you're ****ed.
Standard HTML, Fla...