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long time ago, in a galaxy that feels a very long way away, multimedia on the Web was limited to tinkling MIDI tunes and animated GIFs. As bandwidth got faster and compression technologies improved, MP3 music supplanted MIDI and real video began to gain ground. All sorts of proprietary players battled it out — Real Player, Windows Media Player, etc. — until one emerged as the victor in 2005: Adobe Flash. This was largely because of the ubiquity of its plugin and the fact that it was the delivery mechanism of choice for YouTube; Flash has become the de-facto standard for delivering video on the web.
The HTML5 element is already supported by most modern browsers, and even IE has support announced for version 9. There are many advantages of having video embedded natively in the browser (covered in the article Introduction to HTML5 video by Bruce Lawson), so many developers are trying to use it as soon as possible.
Is HTML5 video ready for prime time? I can’t give a definite answer to that question — but I can say that getting it to work cross browser, and that includes the iPad can be annoying.
HTML5 is the next version of the web markup standard. New features include new tags, offline dbs, and geolation aware browsers. CSS3 is the next generation styling language. Together, they make will make the web a great experience.
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