Apple has updated its website today with a new and darker page navigation bar placed on the top of its public website. The website has also updated from “”HTML 4.01 Transitional” to the latest HTML5 and uses the new standard to dynamically resize the search bar.
DoubleClick Rich Media center has added support for HTML 5 based video advertisements. Advertisers can now harness the power of HTML 5 to create video based advertisements for their products and display them on websites making them accessible from iOS devices that don’t support Flash.
The is a huge addition and agencies and now manage HTML 5 based ads along with their ongoing Flash based ads.
via [DoubleClick Blog]
In an attempt to educate the masses about the web, the Chrome team have released a new book titled “20 things”. Coming from the Chrome team, the new book is online based, completely done in HTML5, and looks really interactive.
Google has updated Google Chrome to 5.0.375.86 and now it comes with Adobe Flash. The integrated flash player has been enabled by default and five security issues have been resolved. The shipment of the plug-in with the browser would help users stay up to date with the plug-in and also protect their computers against viruses and worms which the plug-in often faces.
It is quite clear that Google is in love with HTML5, the next major revision of the HyperText Markup Language. To show the love, Google has registered a domain html5rocks.com. The site covers all aspects of HTML 5 and provides interactive presentations, tutorials and resources for developers to play with.