XHTML v2 y HTML v5

17.12.2007 @ 11:27 \11\Mon, 17 Dec 2007 11:27:16 +0000\16 +0000 UTC

Interesante artículo de lo que vendrán a ser los sucesores de estas 2 tecnologías.

Me agrada bastante el HTML v5. Es un HTML con esteroides:

Development of Web applications is greatly simplified with a modeling language that has native support for this purpose. For example, HTML V5 has native support for interactive components such as data grids, menus, and toolbars. Using descriptive HTML elements with default behavior saves a lot of time writing JavaScript code to simulate the behavior with general-purpose DIVs.

The HTML V5 specification isn’t limited to HTML elements and attributes. It specifies a JavaScript API for specific purposes such as editing documents and drag-and-drop interaction. This approach is diametrically opposed to separating concerns. It simplifies the API for Web developers but increases the size of the specification significantly.

HTML V5 is more similar to HTML V4 than XHTML V2 is to XHTML V1. The migration path is smoother, and it’s easier for an experienced HTML V4 developer to become accustomed to the new version. New features follow the similar logic. Specific event attributes for specific elements allow HTML editors to provide more appropriate text completion.

Current Web applications rely on Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) for server interaction. HTML V5 acknowledges the importance of server interaction and specifies several ways to communicate over the network, dispatch events received from the server, and send messages to documents from other domains without introducing security issues.

The main philosophy behind HTML V5 is to extend HTML V4 with practical features that the average Web developer requires. HTML V5 simplifies the technology as it continues the familiar approach from HTML V4. To address flaws from HTML V4, HTML V5 prefers a minimal approach over a major redesign.

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