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Windows 7: What can you do with HTML5?

18 Jul 2010   #1
A Guy

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What can you do with HTML5?

Some pretty wild stuff!

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18 Jul 2010   #2
ionbasa

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Internet Explorer 9: Platform Demos
try downloading IE9(pre-release) and try some of the demos on the site. pretty interesting. and i have a question can it be used with xhtml like transitional?
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18 Jul 2010   #3
A Guy

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I just used my Opera 10.60, everything I tried worked fine. A Guy
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18 Jul 2010   #4
mickey megabyte

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fun stuff! is it going to kill flash?

it's about time too - i mean, how long has html 4 been around? since late 1997!

the internet, and how we use it, has changed a little bit since then...
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18 Jul 2010   #5
Tarka Dal

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So, theoretically you won't need flash for 64bit IE any more. We will be able to dump 32bit browsers then Yippee!!!!
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18 Jul 2010   #6
Everlong

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Runckle View Post
So, theoretically you won't need flash for 64bit IE any more. We will be able to dump 32bit browsers then Yippee!!!!
Pretty much. Will be able to do everything Flash can do, but straight from the browser.

Google is planning on setting up a whole digital game distribution as we'll be able to play full games in our web browsers through HTML5.
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18 Jul 2010   #7
Tarka Dal

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No wonder Adobe wouldn't develop 64bit flash. The tykes...
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18 Jul 2010   #8
Everlong

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Runckle View Post
No wonder Adobe wouldn't develop 64bit flash. The tykes...
Yea, for the last 10 years or however long they've just really been saying "We'll let HTML5 do it"
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18 Jul 2010   #9
Lordbob75

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Everlong View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Runckle View Post
So, theoretically you won't need flash for 64bit IE any more. We will be able to dump 32bit browsers then Yippee!!!!
Pretty much. Will be able to do everything Flash can do, but straight from the browser.

Google is planning on setting up a whole digital game distribution as we'll be able to play full games in our web browsers through HTML5.
WOOOOOHOOOOOOO!!!!!!

Those are really cool.

~Lordbob
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18 Jul 2010   #10
Dinesh

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Even youtube has a HTML5 version. YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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