Dot Com Infoway Releases HTML5 Infographic

Dot Com Infoway (DCI) has recently unveiled a new infographic titled ‘HTML5-Past, Present & Future’ which explains the evolution, key features and capabilities of HTML5 in an informative and interesting manner.

HTML5 has an edge over its predecessors with top-notch features and supports a variety of current media devices and Web browsers.

HTML5 is the next evolutionary step for the Web world. With HTML5, the possibilities for Web usage are endless. At DCI, we are proud to be ahead of the game in offering HTML5 development for our many clients.

HTML5 infographic

The published HTML5 infographic elucidates the history of HTML through an appealing timeline from its inception in 1990 to HTML5 in 2009. It also lists out the key features, uses and the role of HTML5 in Web applications in a captivating manner. The infographic also illustrates the compatibility of Web applications with various web browsers. It is interesting to note that Chrome and Safari maintain a higher compatibility rating than that of Opera and Internet Explorer.

Mobile applications are what we excel at. We understand how to create the most advanced apps through our development and work with our clients. Research indicates that by 2016, HTML5 usage with mobile browsers will surge to 2.1 billion. And by this year alone, the use of HTML5 in mobile application development has increased to 78%.

It is evident from the research data that HTML5’s trajectory will continue to grow to unbelievable heights in the near future.

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