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Posted on 2012-09-06
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The big trend suggests HTML5 is the big thing in the future. Should I bother? I am into mobil developemnt also.
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Gary earned 2000 total points
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Not so much the next big trend, more an evolution of HTML.
All modern browsers support it, even on mobile devices, so it is something you should be looking at learning.
But if none of the new features are of no use to you then maybe there's no point in learning about the new features, but be aware this is the future of HTML.
With programming for mobile devices you will have less to worry about regarding designing backward compatibility into your app/site.


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well said. Thank you

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