It’s official, HTML5 is still a draft and not ready for websites. What’s that Steve?
Looks like the 5th revision of HTML will be as bad as its predecessors and things won’t be as rosy as some CEOs would like you to think. Different browsers are adopting different draft versions which will make them incompatible with each other and the result will be the usual mess.
There is a reason Flash became so successful 10 years ago. It works the same across multiple browsers. A uniform user experience helps reduce development and support costs.
As more an more mobile OS support HTML5, it means that developers will need to write more and more code to cater for all the exceptions…