What Developers Think About HTML5 [Infographic]

Continuing our topic on HTML5, this week’s infographic by Mavenlink looks at how developers feel about the Web standard. (This is one you’ll want to read word-for-word and enlarge to read clearly).

Did you know?

  • 75% of North American Internet users use browsers that are mostly HTML5 compatible, up from 57% in 2011(Forrester Research)
  • HTML5 is “fast becoming the de facto standard for Web experience innovation across touchpoints (Peter Sheldon, Forrester Research)
  • 63% of developers are already actively developing with HTML5 Tweet this
  • 51% of developers believe HTML5 will be important for their job immediately, 82% within the next year Tweet this

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One Response to “What Developers Think About HTML5 [Infographic]”

  1. It does indeed look like HTML 5 will become the de facto standard for interactivity and web applications – just look at the amount of JavaScript that powers facebook.

    However I’d certainly be in the 14% of developers who are highly concerned by browser fragmentation. Having spent hours and hours debugging cross browser CSS issues, I can imagine that the problem where functionality more complex than CSS is concerned the amount of time taken to troubleshoot these issues would go up significantly.

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