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HTML5 Changed the Internet, What will HTML6 Do?

By HTMLGoodies Staff

HTML5 reached official recommendation stage on October 28th 2014, meaning the W3C had officially endorsed HTML5 as a new standard. This was by no means a surprise as HTML5 technology has been embedded in modern browsers months preceding the announcement. HTML6 is inevitable. Web developers are hotly debating new features or improvements. Like all technologies, HTML5 will soon be dated and HTML6 will eventually become the new standard. The community is certainly anticipating better media codec capabilities. Other formats like aac. and mkv. will be welcome additions to codec support. Continue reading this story here.



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