HTML5 – the basic approach
HTML5, where does it come from?
HTML – Hyper Text Markup Language – is a mark-up language that was developed back when the Internet was invented in order to be able to suitably structure and transmit documents i.e. web pages. The recipient, a web browser, should be able to interpret and display the HTML document accordingly. From the time the Internet was created this simple principle has basically not changed, but it has been properly beefed up.
Mechanisms and standards for adding dynamic elements to web pages through to so-called “web applications” have been developed over the years. Permanent interaction between the web server and client via the network is required. There are software frameworks and libraries galore. The web browser today is a complex system that handles the content received and, in doing so, generally executes complex program code.
A smooth user interface that quickly goes in depth
When we talk of HTML5 today, we mean the technological substructure of such a web application. On the surface, this can be represented by three parts:
- HTML(5) still provides the fundamental structure for the web page.
- SVG serves for drawing graphics elements.
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