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WTF is HTML5 and Why Should We Care? (infographic)

From Focus.com, WTF is HTML5 is a cool visual explanation of HTML5, how supported it is by different browsers and how it compares to Adobe Flash.

From an infographic design view, I don’t like the legend for the color codes in the browser matrix.  I shouldn’t have to look back and forth to figure out what feature is missing from a particular browser.

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Reader Comments (2)

It's a horror show how far MS is behind, even with 9.0 (which I believe isn't even being released for XP?). I am doing a lot of work hacking Protovis around, which uses the SVG capabilities.

The lag of IE (I know it's nothing new..) around HTML5 could really mean it moves to a minority browser.

And yes, the color legend is horrible

June 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAlex Kerin

This is a nice graphic, but would have been really cool if they would have done it in html5, just to show people the power of it.

July 25, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDirk
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