HTML5 is being used by almost 50% of developers, and is projected to grow to 80% within the next three years. This infographic below from Uberflip provides a guide to the technology that will be powering the majority of apps, video and rich media content viewed on mobiles and PCs over the next few years…
Originally built as a more flexible alternative to Flash, HTML5 can run on 70 per cent of browsers across phones, tablets and desktops.
Digital marketing solutions provider, UberFlip, has made the HTML5-focused to show how companies can use the tech to make cross-platform campaigns at low costs.
HTML5 runs on smartphones, tablets, and desktops, and 80 per cent of developers are expected to use the platform to produce web apps in the next three years, avoiding the restrictions produced by the likes of iTunes.
Neil Bhapkar, director of marketing, Uberflip, said: “HTML5 has helped companies such as Ford, Vimeo and the save costs. In addition, they can seamlessly distribute content across different devices, and give readers a much more app-like user experience through the browser. HTML5 also prepares marketers for future devices in a mobile market that is still in flux.”
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