The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has officially announced that the HTML5 specification and Canvas2D have been completed, and have gone on to become “candidate recommendations.” This does not mean that standards are currently , but this step opens the way to companies and developers can use the specifications for the implementation and planning of developments based on them.
As noted in The H Open, the W3C HTML Working Group is working on various test methodologies to demonstrate the versatility of these specifications and the possibility of using them without problems in all kinds of scenarios. This phase will last until mid-2014 , after which it should appear eventually publishing a Recommendation HTML5 (the standard itself) free licenses.
work will continue on new features that will be part of the specification HTML5.1 , and Canvas 2D Context, Level 2 -, which will be given to issues such images in adaptable design (Responsive Web Design), or adaptive streaming. That recommendation will not become final until 2016, but at least it will take far less to get to that point with HTML5, which has been in development since 2004.
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