A while ago I asked what HTML5 means to you. I got a lot of replies, but would like to gather more. That’s why I’m repeating the question today. What’s in your HTML5 spec? Please add your personal top three of cool new features to the comments.
I’m going to use the replies for setting priorities for my research. My next big topic is going to be offline storage, which is crucial on mobile but only mildly interesting on desktop. I’m not yet sure what I’m going to do after that, though.
Eventually I’m going to count votes so that I know which parts of HTML5 are most interesting to web developers. (And no, this is not a scientific poll in any way, but it’s the best I can do.)
This voting will influence my research programme, though I tend to give mobile-specific topics a higher priority. Besides, some HTML5 functionalities, notably the new semantic HTML tags, don’t need any research because they just work.
In the previous entry the following answers were given, but don’t hesitate to pick something else if you feel it’s more important.
aas block-level element
How to participate: Leave a comment with your top three of cool new HTML5 features. Please do not do so if you commented on my earlier entry.
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