The Battle of the Developers: Flash vs HTML5

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“Battle for developers” is a short and sharp description of the situation that has emerged recently in the environment that we all live in – the Internet. The Web audience can’t stop buzzing about the “Epic Battle” between Flash and HTML 5. Here are some facts of this confrontation. The cornerstone of this struggle lies in a rivalry between Apple and Adobe. But now it is not a simple fight between two of the world’s leading IT companies – it is more of a struggle for the future of the web itself. Internet never stops evolving and HTML 5 is the evident results of this process – along with Adobe Flash.

“Battle for developers” is a short and sharp description of the situation that has emerged recently in the environment that we all live in – the Internet. The Web audience can’t stop buzzing about the “Epic Battle” between Flash and HTML 5. Here are some facts of this confrontation. The cornerstone of this struggle lies in a rivalry between Apple and Adobe. But now it is not a simple fight between two of the world’s leading IT companies – it is more of a struggle for the future of the web itself. Internet never stops evolving and HTML 5 is the evident results of this process – along with Adobe Flash.

HTML5 – Things We All Totally Love About It!
In our opinion HTML 5 is a great web standard that does have a lot of brilliant features that neither HTML 4 nor Flash have.
First and foremost HTML 5 greatly simplifies the creation of websites and web products.
Video elements. Video elements are one of the best HTML 5 features because you can embed video without having to use any kinds of third party services.
HTML 5 facilitates your work with various web applications and this is really cool feature because it allows you to implement different apps even without having an Internet connection.
Another great feature is the new approach to the “canvas” element. According to the developers this element will allow you to design it all “on-the-fly”.

Anyways HTML 5 is now a young and a very strong technology that keeps on growing in its quality and accessibility. Am not sure if many of you have seen HTML 5 in action so here are some examples of original live websites based on HTML 5 and you cancheck out all advantages and weaknesses of their design and functionality.

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