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    What is the difference in caching between HTML5 and the old HTML?



    What is the difference in caching between HTML5 and the old HTML?

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    a simple google search puts this up :

    HTML’s latest evolution, HTML5, is a versatile game-changer. HTML5 adds a ton of new features to the HTML repertoire, making it able to do so much more on its own. It’s a hybrid of three types of code—HTML, CSS, and JavaScript—and by bundling these three components, HTML5 lets developers work faster and more efficiently. The resulting site architecture is agile, mobile-friendly, and compatible with more browsers.

    So, how else is HTML5 different from HTML? First, it touts one major advantage over its predecessor: cross-platform application development. It also solves problems that XHTML formerly addressed, and boasts better compatibility across more browsers.

    HTML5 has incorporated many new APIs and features like drawing, video playback, and drag-and-drop—effects that developers could only implement before with the help of third-party plug-ins.

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