Recently, as Adobe ceases development of Flash Player on mobile platform, HTML5, again, has been mentioned over and over in the community. A lot of people predict that the development of HTML5 will bring fundamental change to mobile internet industry. As for mobile games, HTML5 is not only symbolizes revolutionary technology, but also means the broaden development space and the free, open future.
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HTML5 is fundamentally changing the way developers approach the Web. Whether it is for desktop browsers or mobile, the language and standards of the future are not some distant point on the horizon. It is right now.
In the mobile realm, the debate rages on: Web or Native? The difference between the two is beginning to blur as HTML5 standards evolve. We examine what happened in HTML5 in this year in our third installment of 2011′s top trends. Check out the rest of the series, starting with John Paul Titlow’s music trends and Alicia Eler’s mobile commerce trends.
1. Mobile First
Yesterday, we named appMobi as our ReadWriteWeb Most Promising Company of 2012. As a startup, the company is doing interesting work on the fundamental goal of making HTML5 easy to use and ubiquitous with an emphasis on mobile first development. appMobi is carrying the torch for mobile first but it is a trend that is fast sweeping the development community as smartphones and tablet use explodes with data usage projected to increase by orders of magnitude in the next several years.