Welcome to "Html
5.0 Live Project" by Alastair R Agutter for a quick guide and
into the new World of Html
5.0, known as the
fifth core element of the World Wide Web
structure by W3C (World
Consortium) to deliver
a faster and more resilient environment for the global web community in
the 21st Century.
Today the World Wide Web now has over 2 billion users and rising, who utilize multiple device types of hardware to gather information, acquire products, and services. States around the World are also becoming more proactive with online services for citizens in relation to taxation, tourism, health and more.
As a result of such an ever increasing demand on the World Wide Web, the environment needs to be more cohesive and structured. Html 5.0 the descendant of Html 4.01 helps to advance such an environment further in the interests of all, for a better and more informed World. Please find below the Html 5.0 featured sections for a summary insight on how the World Wide Web is changing through the power of artificial intelligence and a virtual world still functioning within the realms of Sir Isaac Newton's Natural Law.
A well defined structure, or tree reduces continued request when browser technology is endeavouring to render your work as it is meant to be. By reducing requests, as a result of good semantics, it will greatly aid in the delivery speed time of any service, or web page being accessed, by the user, or viewer in the case of interactive television.
Off line functionality and storage today, is becoming another
significant aspect again. In the early, to mid 1990's, off-line storage
was more related to web pages, based on the technology of the day, in
relation to the constraints of connectivity, to the web, where it were
mainly 28 and 56k modems. Where download speeds were very slow.
More so than at any time in the past two years especially, we have seen the development and emergence of Tablet PC's, Smart Phones, Readers and Smart Televisions. All with the capability today of viewing, or surfing the World Wide Web.
Delivery across borders is as we all know between a series of PC's and Servers with the transfer of data packets. The larger the packet the slower it becomes when arriving at its destination. Obviously the smaller the data packet the faster it reaches its intended viewer and user.
With the emergence today of Interactive Television, Tablet touch technology and mobile smart phone devices. The new HTML 5.0 RDFa framework, will aid and bolster these idea's and ambitions for greater multimedia creativity.
With the advances today in communication, especially
telecommunications, with the advancing of broad band, we are able to
deliver more dynamic rich media content. As a result, 3D special
effects, will only come to the fore more, as we see and enjoy films
downloaded and streamed today.
Some parts of performance from HTML 5.0 we have already mentioned and aligned to 'Semantics', as in many respects, the structure of a creation, has a relevance, for the delivery and if the creative design is concise, it will assist in a faster delivery of services. As a result of greater reduction, in return requests from servers via your browser.
Successful styling as in life comes from the word objective! This invariably relates to identity of a brand, services or products being offered. Visual presentation, is just as important as content. But just as important, is the delivery of the electronic publication.
The Five Minute Guide to Html 5.0 Book is an easy reading guide to
acquire in traditional print form for businesses and developers seeking
to present and discuss the new technology among colleagues and
co-workers, as the geographical landscape of the World Wide Web changes
and advances for the 21st Century. Ideal booklet for seminars and
presentations as an aid in discussions and planning.
As a member of the public, business owner, developer, or programmer,
you may well ask what the hell has Natural Branching and Quantum
Mechanics got to do with the Web and a Virtual World. The reality is,
even in a virtual world such elements are busy at work, so take a
journey into the future, here and now.
In my professional business life as a Computer Scientist, I was
fortunate to be at the beginning of the World Wide Web's commercial
story and journey. I fondly recall Google launching via their
University Servers. So this book is from an old hand teaching structure
and the fundamental elements required to be successful.
I wrote this paper some years back now, and I know many would think I am stark raving mad. But I am pleased to see that the Science community in the last year, or so, is now coming around to my theory, and the recent programme by Professor Brian Cox, provides greater evidence and logic.
Having been involved with the World Wide Web since it's commercial beginning, back in the mid 1990's as a Computer Scientist and Developer. I like to think I can offer some clear water, regarding such a phenomena we know as Social Media