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Get ready for HTML5

The upcoming versions of all browsers are busy implementing HTML5 features. Chrome & Safari 4 already have lead over the rest.

Some of the most notable new additions in HTML5 are the video tag that will let videos to be displayed directly in the browser without having to rely on plugins and Offline Storage. YouTube has a preview of it's HTML5 Video Player.

Web developers can benefit from proactively understanding & planning on incorporating HTML5 features in their websites. There are some good learning resources online for HTML5 -

Also see:
HOW TO disable Flash in IE and Firefox
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Posted by Anonymous Sankho Mallik | 6/16/2010 07:44:00 PM

Speaking of getting ready for HTML5... I wrote a cool javascript library that allows localStorage and sessionStorage support, even for non HTML5 ready browsers! That means IE6, btw. Check it out http://blog.sankhomallik.com/2010/06/16/ustore-js-cross-browser-local-and-session-storage/    



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