Sencha unveils annual HTML5 wish-list

Sencha has revealed its HTML5 wish-list for 2012, and also what from its 2011 list came true. According to the post by Michael Mullany, the hit-rate during 2011 was four out of 10. Those items that came to pass were a richer CSS3 effects toolbox, high-performance 'position: fixed' for mobile, pervasive GPU acceleration, and websockets stabilisation.

Accordingly, 2012's list includes some holdovers from 2011 and a number of new hopes, which Mullany calls "a motley collection of what we think would be most interesting for developers creating the rich and responsive applications that HTML5 was built for". These include HTML5 audio quality, better offline caching, 'WebGL everywhere', and 'right-sizing images', to deliver more appropriate sizes to mobile devices, and superior mobile browser debugging.

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