HTML5 Completion Date Announced

Sitepoint: HTML5 Completion Date Announced


“July 2014 is the date HTML5 will finally become an official W3C recommendation. May 22, 2011 has been confirmed as the last call— after that time, no new features will be added to the HTML5 specification. From a pure development perspective, the completion date makes no difference whatsoever. Most browsers already support some HTML5 features. That situation won’t change no matter what label is slapped on the spec: you can use HTML5 today.”

2 comments for “HTML5 Completion Date Announced

  1. Abby Krumel
    July 31, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    Are you currently offering HTML 5 classes? I could not find any on the 2011 Fall schedule.
    Abby Krumel

    • August 1, 2011 at 3:08 pm

      Abby – There is one section of a new HTML5 classes scheduled for this fall: CS 50.12 section 4478 on Thursday evenings

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