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5 trends for HTML5 we saw in 2012
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5 trends for HTML5 we saw in 2012



Richard Harris Richard Harris in HTML5 Thursday, December 27, 2012
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From Apple shunning use of UIWebview to apps using more native functions -HTML5 has seen a few blows in 2012 along with some advancements which include W3C releasing official specs. 

Here are the top 5 trends in 2012 for HTML5.


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