HTML5 brings a lot of changes to the development landscape, and is already displacing a number of other technologies like Flash in the developer toolkit. At the same time, the spec isn't finalized yet, which makes it tough to commit to it. I have started to dig deep into the more stable parts of HTML5, but I have ignored the pieces on the edge that are still changing a lot. Have you started any kind of HTML5 learning plan?
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Justin James is an OutSystems MVP, architect, and developer with expertise in SaaS applications and enterprise applications.