Hopefully, you’ve been enlightened by our brief foray into the new structures and APIs that you can use.
There are loads more cool but not-yet-implemented things in the spec that we haven’t shown you. For example, you’ll be able to register the browser as a content handler (
registerContent-Handler) so that clicking a document, photo, or video on your desktop opens the browser and goes to a web application that can edit that document, complete with application toolbars (using
<command>), all built with HTML5. Awaiting implentation.
Forget the marketing BS of “Web 2.0.” We’re at the beginning of Web Development 2.0: powerful languages like HTML5, SVG, and CSS3 will revolutionise the way we build the Web. Browsers support ...