Michael Mahemoff discusses how HTML5 can be used to create single page web apps offering advice to create a better user experience, built-in accessibility and better SEO results.
Michael Mahemoff is a Chrome Developer Advocate for Google, based in London, always looking at ways to make the web a more habitable place for users and developers. He’s been programming on the web since the mid ’90s, in a range of public-facing and enterprise (Java, what else?) contexts, and is the author of Ajax Design Patterns (O’Reilly, 2006) and a blogger for Ajaxian.com.
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I understand why you'd want to gloss over this a little and emphasize the html5 alternative, but considering it isn't even implemented in the latest IE or safari (including iOS), you should maybe point out that its a viable intermediary solution.