HTML5 is a web browser that doesn’t belong to a specific company. It is the result of the active participation and contribution of a community of people, who are interested in the evolution of the web. It is guided by the consortium of technological leaders from around the world that includes Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook, Adobe, Mozilla, HP and so many. These groups of people are responsible for pushing the web standards and web capabilities further to the next generation. HTML5 lets developers create their apps even when they are not connected to the internet. Its features enable apps to amphibiously work with or without online connection.
HTML5 is totally portable and hence it supports different devices that run in different platforms. In other browsers, one need to learn its Tools, languages and SDK but for using HTML5, no retraining is required because it allows users to use the same technology stack for multiple platforms. It has got well-developed libraries, techniques and practices for handling the fragmentation issue. The next generation of web applications will be swifter than anybody could even imagine. Web applications would be able to run high performance graphics, store large amounts of data on the client itself, work even during offline and perform calculations quicker than before.