Brave new World of HTML5

A session at webinale 2011

Currently HTML5 is a hot, though also rather confusing, topic. HTML5 promises a wealth of new possibilities to embed multimedia content - until recently the exclusive domain of plug-ins - and to create powerful, desktop-like web applications. But are these new technologies something to consider for the not-too-distant future, or is HTML5 already a viable, production-ready language for today's projects? What's browser support like? And is HTML5 really the "Flash-killer" that many web developers have been waiting for?

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Chris Mills

Tech writer @mozilla, W3C fellow, ex-Opera, loves HTML/CSS/JS/really noisy music. Author of Practical CSS3: http://peachpit.com/practicalcss3. Buy my book! bio from Twitter

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webinale 2011

Germany Germany, Berlin

30th May to 1st June 2011

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