Mobile Online Gambling Hits New Levels With HTML5

Published Friday, May 11, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com

The internet wagering world never rests with new and innovative changes coming along all the time helping to keep the scene alive with expectation. One such new development is HTML5 a platform that some conclude will spell the demise of Flash. Adobe has announced that it will no longer be producing updates for the Flash Platform. Danny Winokur, Adobe’s vice president and general manager of interactive development, commented recently, “We are excited about this, and will continue our work with key players in the HTML community, including Google, Apple, Microsoft and RIM, to drive HTML5 innovation they can use to advance their mobile browsers.”

The most significant of all of the ground breaking new stuff HTML5 allows developers to create sharper images, more fluid graphics and a smoother less risky delivery. HTML5 actually has been around a fairly long time and is older than some of the products which it is just now having an effect on. An update of HTML 4.01 started back in 2004.

It has come to the developers attention as of late as new products become more popular in the online gambling industry that HTML5 has huge potential to improve the range of gambling products and make them more accessible to a greater number players. Mobile internet is become the hottest thing since sliced bread and giant software firms such as Microgaming are introducing older popular slot games such as Tomb Raider and others in HTML5 with great reviews from consumers who compared the results. HTML5 accomplishes a wider more comprehensive delivery platform for mobile and live dealer functions outdoing Adobe Flash on both fronts. This is especially interesting for live dealer casinos that are looking to supply the most realistic close to the action play available for the live dealer experience. In the case of HTML5 applications will be available to Apple iPhone and Google Android users anywhere and at anytime.

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