future beyond HTML-5- Let us hear it from W3C

W3C? The term might be familiar to many people who visit technological web pages frequently. The World Wide Web Consortium happens to be an international community spearheaded by Tim Berners Lee and Jeffery Jaffe. The intense urge to make web highly potential and standardized to everyone brings the community together.

W3C standard has got an international acclaim, and all the popular frameworks in the world follow it, without question. A mark up language like HTML 5 and the web development using it comes under the prime consideration of W3C. The greatest challenge HTML5 developers face is to create same user experience to people who view web pages on various screen resolutions; say from a small watch size screen to a massive television resolution. The article details what will be the future of HTML 5 according to the levels of modern standard specified by the W3C, and its prominent member organizations.

Are the mobile screen resolution the real determiners?

HTML 5 revolutionized the basic concept of watching videos in mobile. The user experience which HTML 5 provides for applications and websites that run on mobile phones has no parallels. It accelerates the growth of native applications. Web developers think of making full fledged applications to highlight their product and services with the features of HTML 5. Almost all the native applications are driven by a closed ecosystem controlled by private parities. Every application concentrates on a product, or it put forwards a service centered approach. The web these days act as a parallel searching entity to applications.

All established services run in mobiles through applications built with HTML 5, CSS, objective C and JavaScript so on. Native ecosystems and applications have projected plenty of information to the people, still the majority of information never gets highlighted by native applications having restricted ecosystems as well as limited interests.

W3C recommends web applications that support next generation innovations and are largely open to the public. The only way to make it practical in the present period of smart phone innovations is to make the web more aggressive on the mobile itself. 

HTML 5: future inclinations

The recent trends show that HTML 5, together with all famous web frameworks is shifting to a more open web platform as recommended by the W3C with a strong emphasis on security as well as user experience. Frameworks like PhoneGap, and Rhodes are instances to the point.

Creating applications that work on all operating systems with the same performance and the user experience without losing its open nature, is the prime objective of mark up languages like HTML 5. HTML 5 developers at present work for the development of better W3C standardized codes that are open, secure, mobile compatible, and much improved in terms of performance.