Though Flash is far from dead, HTML5 has hit its stride with marketers looking to push content on multiple platforms at lower costs, and looking to a browser-based technology with app-like interactivity. Digital publishing software company Uberflip recently released a simple infographic that notes the rise of HTML5 among marketers and outlines some of the basics for those looking at their digital production options.
What was once a sticking point for HTML5-- browser compatibility-- has become less of an issue as the tech now runs on almost 70% of browsers. Uberflip’s infographic also shows positive trends for HTML5's future, with nearly 50% of developers using the technology and a projected growth to 80% over the next three years.
See more HTML5 facts and projections in the infographic.