The Internet since 2004, has witnessed many innovations in itself. Map applications, mail services, SNS and other services have changed our lifestyles. It has built up new business opportunities, and become an important part of cloud services. In 2004, browser vendors began a study called Web Application 1.0. The work was committed by the international standardization consortium W3C in 2007, and became known as HTML5.
HTML5 originally focused on specific features, including markup language, image processing, audio and video support, etc. But now HTML5 has been expanded to include more features, including 3D functionality and GPS sensoring.