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By Fred Churchville News Jan 22, 2016

There's something about HTML5...

Developers are raving about HTML5 - but why? And is it all it's cracked up to be? Continue Reading

SearchMobileComputing

By Robert Sheldon Evaluate Mar 31, 2016

Should I build an HTML5 mobile app?

When it comes to mobile app development, there are three basic options: native apps, HTML5 apps or a hybrid approach. One method comes out on top for developers on a deadline. Continue Reading

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By Anthony Poh Evaluate May 26, 2016

VMware focuses on the future with vSphere HTML5 Web Client

VMware's decision to move to HTML5 and no longer rely on Adobe Flash means the end of the C# client. Continue Reading

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By Michael Cobb Evaluate Apr 13, 2016

What HTML5 security measures do enterprises need to take?

With HTML5 taking over as the preferred technology over Adobe Flash, Flash content's days are numbered. Expert Michael Cobb discusses HTML5 security and features for developers. Continue Reading

SearchMobileComputing

By Robert Sheldon Evaluate Jan 26, 2016

Understanding HTML5 mobile application development

Developers can turn to HTML5 to simplify the mobile app development process. HTML5 mobile apps do come with some issues though, including performance that can't match native apps. Continue Reading

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By Eddie Lockhart Evaluate Feb 29, 2016

Do you know how to use HTML5 browsers as VDI clients?

HTML5 clients offer a way for users to access their virtual desktops through a Web browser. Put your HTML5 client knowledge to the test with this quiz. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Aug 26, 2015

Why HTML5 must replace Flash

Author Robin Nixon explains why the days of Flash are numbered Continue Reading

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By Jim O'Reilly Evaluate Oct 30, 2015

Should businesses use HTML5 remote desktop clients?

HTML5 clients can serve as a widely accessible, mobile friendly way for users to access virtual desktops, but there are still a few security kinks to work out. Continue Reading

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By Nick Lewis Evaluate Jan 29, 2016

How does a new malware obfuscation technique use HTML5?

A new malware obfuscation technique uses HTML5 to prevent detection of drive-by downloads. Expert Nick Lewis explains the technique and what enterprises can do about it. Continue Reading

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By Michael Heller News Dec 04, 2015

HTML5 support could mean Adobe Flash end of life

Adobe moves could signal the end of the ever-vulnerable Flash Player, and experts say more support for HTML5 could lead to the Adobe Flash end of life. Continue Reading