Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Dec 2005 15:00 UTC, submitted by anonymous
General Development "HTML isn't a very good language for making Web pages. However, it has been a very good language for making the Web. This article examines the future of HTML and what it will mean to Web authors, browser and developers. It covers the incremental approach embodied by the WHATWG specifications and the radical cleanup of XHTML proposed by the W3C. Additionally, the author gives an overview of the W3C's new Rich Client Activity."
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RE[2]: Earth to writer ....
by tyrione on Tue 13th Dec 2005 03:44 UTC in reply to "RE: Earth to writer ...."
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Excellent points. If I had some votes I'd rank your score higher. Style without substance is for the most part what we had during the first huge wave of the Web. This second wave of development should emphasize content with an eye for clean, reusable and scalable interfaces. If someone wants a custom widget for their clients the rest of the general user shouldn't be held hostage by ever increasing bloat within the web clients.

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