Check out Intuilabs’ recent development – an HTML5-based multi-touch smartboard “Massive” Multi-Touch for any web browser using any touch device using HTML5.

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HTML 5 is gaining more popularity with each day, so it’s no wonder to see that major companies such as Adobe are releasing tools that can allow us to create animated web content quickly using HTML 5, CSS, and JavaScript.

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If you access Google Labs you can now find the first version of Swiffy. For those of you who don’t know what Swiffy is – it’s a new tool from Google which can transform swf files into HTML5. It’s very easy to use, all you have to do is to upload your swf files and this tool will do the rest, after which you can take the HTML code that it generates and insert it into your pages. Below you can see an example :

 

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Internet is rapidly developing, and since many people are using old browsers which do not provide support for new features such as HTML5, Google has decided to take drastic measures.

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Every iOS user has probably felt the need for an official Adobe Flash plugin, now Adobe has added HTTP Live Streaming to Flash Media Server thus making it possible for iOS devices like the iPhone and the iPad to view flash files. This new update made by Adobe will generate a HTML5 compatible stream that will allow devices that don’t have the Adobe plugin installed to view flash files.

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Although Microsoft released Internet Explorer 9 recently, it seems that a new version of Internet Explorer will be released in the near future, and speaking of which, a preview version of Internet Explorer 10 is available for download now.

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There hasn’t been any official words from Netflix regarding this move but it is clear that Netflix has been testing hard the use of HTML5 on various platforms to understand which works better for the user. Netflix didn’t announce any changes but users did experience difference in User Interfaces on two difference machines which actually confused a lot of users. But, Netflix was happily testing the user experience to plan their next move.

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