HTML5 and the UX revolution
30 September 2014
We have now entered a new era of browser standardization, heralding the widespread use of groundbreaking new website user interfaces
HTML5 has now reached saturation point, to the extent that we're seeing broad adoption of website user interfaces that, until very recently, would have been regarded impractial. Esoteric non-plugin-based technologies are providing complex interactions, video, geolocation, API, cache manifest, web sockets .. the list goes on and on.
To a large extent, these developments mean Web developers no longer have to worry about users being able to see our creations. We have reported before from Silverink Towers on the groundbreaking new Web Components; everywhere you look, these standards are increasing usability, empowering creativity and improving user website experience beyond recognition.
With WebGL contracts lining-up already, we're thrilled to be at the bleeding-edge of this technology. The future's bright: the future's .. well, 3D :)