HTML5 started 2012 "on the cusp of ubiquity," but then the platform "took a step back in developer acceptance" as the year progressed, writes Dan Rowinski. With Facebook, Apple and many game developers now favoring native applications, it's been left to open-source groups such as Mozilla to carry HTML5 forward, he writes.
Why 2012 was a difficult year for HTML5
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