As you might have already heard the W3C has finally officially published a recommendation for the (15 years old) HTML5 standard.
In fact, HTML 5.0 has (co-)existed for quite some time now. Numerous frameworks implemented HTML5 features long before the official recommendation (as usual).
And be honest, who hasn’t used at least some of the features HTML 5 has to offer?
So, what about HTML5.1? Well, it for sure will bring new features. But, one of the core aspects is the built-in support for DRM which should end the era of additional browser plugins forced on users especially by streaming providers.
But it will definitely take some time before we get to officially use HTML5.1 😉
Good bye HTML5 – and Welcome HTML5.1!