Mozilla exec: HTML5 improvements make recent complaints obsolete

12/5/2012 | VentureBeat

An article on VentureBeat this past month bemoaning the development of HTML5 is already outdated, Mozilla's Ron Piovesan writes. For example, responsive design such as the kind used on the Boston Globe's website demonstrates that cross-platform application development via HTML5 is not only happening, but working. Quixey and everything.me belie the notion HTML5 has no discovery mechanism equivalent to an App Store. And Mozilla's browserless runtime obviates the need for hybrid apps to run only on particular browsers, Piovesan writes.

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