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Can Enterprise Applications Be Made Using HTML5?

Enterprise applications help businesses to solve a wide array of enterprise problems. These applications need to be integrated with other applications used by the business. At the same time, the enterprise applications must be deployable across internet, intranet and corporate networks without compromising security and administrative functions. That is why; businesses often find it a daunting challenge to build a custom app the complement the latest trends in enterprise application. While developing an enterprise app, developers also need to focus on its features and functionality, and choose the right technologies.

Several surveys have indicated that a gradual increase is being noted in the number of enterprise app developers migrating to HTML5. As a programming markup language, HTML5 makes it easier for programmers to create enterprise apps that are compatible with both web and mobile browsers. Also, they can use HTML5 to boost the functionality and performance of the enterprise application without using any third-party tools. There are also a number of reasons why HTML5 is currently used widely by programmers for building robust enterprise applications.

Advantages of Using HTML5 for Enterprise Apps

Rich and Interactive User Experience

While creating rich internet applications, programmers earlier have to use Microsoft Silverlight or Adobe Flash to interact with user's system. But these tools require users to install plug-ins to enjoy the interactive experience. HTML5 enables programmers to create enterprise apps that deliver rich and interactive user experience without using any additional tools or plug-ins.

As it is designed with the capability to store and retrieve files from the user's system, the enterprise application can access and manipulate files from any HTML5-compatible web browsers. The feature helps developers to create an enterprise app compatible with a variety of devices.

Native Support for Audio and Video

Nowadays audio and video have become an integral part of business communication. So businesses want their enterprise apps to deliver rich media content in a continuous and smooth way. HTML5 enables developers to make the rich media content accessible without using any third-party tools and media players.

They can simply use the HTML5 <video> and <audio> tags to make the content accessible on a variety of devices. Also, they can easily customize the video clips by defining the tag's attributes like source, height, width and autoplay. The feature will further enable users to access the audio or video without draining the batteries of their smartphones or tablets.

Clean and Organized Code

HTML5 further allows programmers to write semantic code by keeping content and style separate. They can further build enterprise applications by writing clean, organized, readable and descriptive code using a number of tags like <header>, <footer>, <section>, <nav>, <aside> and <article>. These tags further help programmers to organize CSS more efficiently.

At the same time, they can also use a W3C spec called ARIA to assign specific role to these HTML5 tags. So the mobile and web browsers can examine the HTML5 document thoroughly, and deliver high quality content to end-users.

Secure and Local Storage System

The enterprise apps must allow users to access business data and resources. So the programmers need to ensure that the security and accessibility of the business data is not compromised. HTML5 enables developers to use a local storage system that acts like a client-side database, while being more secure than cookies.

The local storage system allows developers to store information directly in the user's browser without using any third-party tools. So it becomes easier for the programmers to add several features to the enterprise app like ability to cache data, store user information, and load the user's previous application state.

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