Over the course of in the development industry, we have experienced the ongoing changes and added features in HTML. And same was the case with HTML5 with its arrival, the additional flexibility and the power to provide a more engaging experience was worth the wait.
I have seen till many developers discussing over the differences and advantages that HTML5 has to offer over its predecessor. And here I am, willing to contribute my efforts in the discussion as well. So here is why HTML5 was launched to accomplish the following objectives.
1. Handling errors regularly
All the browsers acquired parsers for handling syntactically or structural wrong HTML code. And only till recently, there was no written standards for the process. Therefore new browsers vendors were forced to test inappropriate HTML documents in different browsers in order to create errors handling process with the help of reverse engineering.
Improper HTML coding is very difficult to control, as more than 90% of pages report to have improper codes, making error handling more than error. Eventually, codified error restriction would come as huge sigh of relief for developers worldwide.
2. Support for additional web application features
Another major goal of HTML5 was to allow browsers to function as application platforms. As websites are becoming increasingly complex, developers are facing equal challenges for browser extensions and different server technologies. On the other hand, HTML5 is powerful enough to offer developers a more thorough control over websites. Today a faster and more fluent user interaction and experience is not an option, but has become a necessity now. And top software companies in Abu Dhabi and across the globe have enough expertise to capture the best use of HTML5 and deliver outstanding results.
3. Top mobile support
Mobile devices are badly popular for frustrating even the most experienced and creative web developers in some cases. The rapid advancements in the smartphone industry is asking the performance of HTML coding to run hand-in-hand. Thus, encouraging urgent advancement s in the programming language as well. Users want to access apps from literally anywhere, at any time, forcing the developers to work heavy and quick and deliver the desired result. Fortunately, HTML5 is here to run mobile-friendly websites on different mobile phones in the same seamless manner as those on desktops.