Over the last few years, you may have heard the term HTML5 from time to time. Whether you know anything about web development or not, the concept can be somewhat vague and confusing. Obviously, it’s the next step in the HTML line, but what exactly does it do? Why is there so much excitement around it? And why is it important to you?
However, HTML by itself is rather boring because it can only deliver static pages. To meet the growing demand for more impressive web features, HTML has been augmented with plugins such as CSS, Flash, Java, Silverlight, etc. This has become something of a bloated mess, and different browsers implement these features in their own way. HTML5 is designed to solve big HTML problems for a cleaner, more efficient web.
HTML is a language for structuring and presenting content, HTML5 (HyperText Markup Language, version 5) is the fifth version of the standard, which is still under development but is already quite operational. The goal of HTML5 development is to improve the level of support for multimedia technologies while maintaining human readability of the code and ease of analysis for parsers (particularly search engines).
HTML5 was created as a single markup language that extends, enhances and streamlines document markup and adds a single API for complex web applications. HTML5 introduces many new syntax features, such as <video>, <audio> and <canvas> elements, and the ability to use SVG and mathematical formulas. All of these new features are designed to simplify the creation and management of graphical and multimedia objects without the need for third-party APIs. Other new elements such as <section>, <article>, <header> and <nav> are designed to make web pages more semantic and understandable for automated processing (by search engine robots, screen readers and others). New attributes have been introduced with the same goal. HTML5 also defines some specifics of handling layout errors, so all compatible (modern) browsers should treat syntax errors in the same way, providing better cross-browser compatibility for sites that are designed with HTML5. In addition, this technology currently allows online gaming sites to all their users to play instantly, right in the browser. All games are now very fast thanks to HTML5.
Why it is so cool
Also, html5 makes it easier for ordinary users to surf the web. For example, it increases speed and makes it easier to use the browser. There are many new features in html5. even the latest versions of modern browsers support all of the features of html5. Even the latest versions of modern browsers support all of html5’s features today.
Angry Birds is the most popular HTML5 game
Angry Birds is a video game developed by Rovio Entertainment. It was originally released in December 2009, and has since been downloaded over 4 billion times across platforms. The game’s popularity led to versions of Angry Birds being created for personal computers and gaming consoles, a market that generates $100 million annually.
The player controls a flock of multi-colored birds who have constructed makeshift slingshots from various materials lying around their environment. The objective is to eliminate all the green pigs on the play field by firing the birds at them from their slingshots. As players advance through the game, new types of birds become available, some with special abilities that can be activated by the player. There are also different types of pigs, each with its own defenses or vulnerabilities to certain items in the player ‘s arsenal.The game was developed with minimal development costs in mind, which has since allowed the game to be ported to both other proprietary platforms and mobile devices, as well as having an effect on the market for such devices. Other companies have released their own versions of Angry Birds games or merchandise based on the characters and settings used in the game.