HTML6 .. Already?

There have been a lot of buzz on the internet about the release of HTML6,  and seems like it’s going to replace a lot of stuff we used to do with JavaScript (if it’s approved) .. more than HTML5 could do.

The idea is to have <FIXTURES> tag in the Head tag of the HTML page, this Fixtures tag is a repository of code, each code block is called a model, and this model can either be static or it can be retrieved dynamically from SQL. These fixtures are then referenced in the body tag. So in the body tag of your HTML page you can reference chunks of HTML content that was declared previously in the Head tag, which can be static or dynamic, without needing JavaScript. This seems to be the replacement of the Single Page Application model (SPA) that’s currently implemented using some JavaScript frameworks such as Angular. So each part that will be changed will be inside a model in the Fixtures tag.

To read the proposal for the HTML6, have a look here:  https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-whatwg-archive/2015Mar/0071.html

One thought on “HTML6 .. Already?

  1. Great to point that out man. it is really weird to see specs of html5 not yet finished but there is someone thinking about the version 6!

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