HTML5 has been billed as a means for developers to create modern Web applications, complete with support for multimedia functionality like video and Canvas 2D. Its emergence has led to questions about the future of proprietary multimedia plug-ins for browsers, such as Adobe Flash and Microsoft's Silverlight, as HTML5 aims to provide a standards-based way of performing the same functions.
Given developer's increasing interest in HTML5, it's no surprise that tool builders have begun to accommodate it. Though HTML5 is still in development, is gaining steam. Paul Krill in this article mentions nine development tools for tapping into the best the standard has to offer. These slate of tools are for application developers to incorporate HTML5 into their programs.
Some of the tools discussed here are Adobe Edge, Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, Sencha Architect 2, Dojo Foundation Maqetta, Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1, Google Web Toolkit and more.
To know more about these programming tools visit: http://www.infoworld.com/slideshow/54860/9-programming-tools-maximizing-html5-197002#slide1