Converting to HTML5 means offering utilities that are accessible from a variety of devices and represent the business well.
Digital Content Development
When developing software for corporate use, designers will have to consider the rising use of mobile devices. The whole tone of business has changed.
Rich multimedia content is a prominent feature of today's internal and external business publications, and HTML5 has become a leading language to encode it.
The question for both internal corporate app developers and consumer-facing content creators is when to switch to platform-agnostic apps instead of favoring OS-native methods.
Content is how B2B deals come together, and a lack of it may make firms too hard to detect by potential buyers.
A huge percentage of video content is being viewed through mobile devices rather than PCs.
Security risks are mounting, meaning Web users may soon have the Flash plugin turned off by default.
The transition to publishing content digitally may go differently for various industries, but seems poised to affect every type of company.
In a mobile-first. multimedia-saturated world, there are ample reasons to embrace HTML5.
When will Flash vanish in the face of HTML5? The time may have already come.