HTML5

Internet evolves, user requirements grow, mobile devices are gaining substantial market share .. Maps, videos, interactivity, ebooks, games ... which users can access regardless of the type of device they are using and where they are.

All of these and many other challenges have a single solution : HTML5 side by side with CSS3 & the Javascript!

Wondering how it works? Press CTRL+U  to see the HTML5 code of the page that you are currently reading.

Although HTML5 is still in development stage increasingly more browsers incorporate new features and capabilities that brought with it.

Since the beginning of its activities, cyb' s operation has been based on using advanced technologies to meet customer needs.

The www.cyb.gr is one of the first Greek websites developed in HTML5 and CYB is one of the first companies in our country that can accommodate HTML5 development for your new web site or application.

A few words about the history of HTML5

HTML was first introduced in 1993. The 1990's showed an increased interest around HTML and versions 2.0, 3.2 and 4.0 were born. In 1999 the last version, 4.1 appeared. The design and specification of HTML was carried out by The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

After these 4 versions it was evident that HTML had reached its final form. Therefore, greater emphasis and interest was given in other web standards namely XML and XHTML.

As a result of the increasing use of HTML, however, new web applications and new requirements that occurred could not leave HTML in the background ... Thus, a small group of people started the Web Hypertext Application Working Group (WHATWG) in 2004. They created the HTML5 specification, and studied the pieces missing in HTML, web applications. During that venture the "Web 2.0" term appeared.

The W3C started working again with HTML in 2006 and published the first working draft of HTML5 in 2008. Today, increasingly more web browsers support several new features of HTML5 and the web is really starting to change form ...