Firefox already has the best HTML5 support on the planet. Let's go finish it.
Isn't this what the html5 keyword is for?
I'm not sure you can "finish" something that's constantly getting features added....
(In reply to comment #2)
> I'm not sure you can "finish" something that's constantly getting features
There will probably be a feature freeze in 2012 when it comes to HTML5. As new features are added to the spec, they will be added as dependencies of this bug.
This is a tracking bug, please respect it as such.
Maybe bug 92264 should block this one?
Bug #498253 is html5, but maybe there's another html5 audio/video tracking bug?
This should depend on bug 341604 as well.
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This should also depend on Bug 629350
I am really disappointed when I read things like "Firefox already has the best HTML5 support on the planet".
For example, for months and even years, for the end user, Firefox claims best HTML5 support and just displays a text input for the input type=range, the input type=number, the input type=date, the input type=color, ...
Hey guys, open your eyes, look at other browsers (eg:chromium): Firefox is a great browser but is lagging behind on HTML5 support.
firstname.lastname@example.org, our support for form controls is generally very _diferent_ from chromium's: we don't support all the types yet, but the ones we do support we support fully instead of half-assed broken implementations which seems to be the chromium approach.
Of course if one does just a cursory glance instead of actually testing the behavior of the inputs chromium's approach seems to have "better support".
yeah, that's the problem !
for millions and millions of ordinary users, Firefox just seems to have "poor support" of HTML5 form controls and loses its image although I want to believe that behind the scene it roxx.
(In reply to sfornengo from comment #13)
> yeah, that's the problem !
> for millions and millions of ordinary users, Firefox just seems to have
> "poor support" of HTML5 form controls and loses its image although I want to
> believe that behind the scene it roxx.
First of all, I believe this kind of discussion isn't appropriate in a bug. If you want to have a positive discussion, you should try to go to our mailing-lists/newsgroups . For example, mozilla.wishlist or if you would like to understand why and how to help, mozilla.dev.platform or mozilla.dev.tech.dom.
This said, I think you can't assume users believe we have poor HTML5 Forms controls support based on the fact some input types are not yet implemented. First, they have no idea what HTML5 Forms is. In addition, even if we had a full HTML5 Forms support, they wouldn't see the difference because it's rarely used (even features widely implemented by UAs). To notice we don't support those types you must be a web developer.
If you want to discuss this further, please use a more appropriate communication channel.
HTML 5.1 is in W3C Working Draft 28 May 2013
Don't know whether the keyword HTML5 should be replaced with HTML5.1
=> (html5.1) Finish HTML5.1
This bug hasn't served a purpose for quite a while.
Ms2ger - it's served the same purpose it always has, as a tracking bug for everything in HTML5.
HTML5 is now a CR (URL added) so it is unlikely that any new features will go into it (they'll likely go into HTML5.1 instead), thus this bug is now particularly helpful as it's something that's realistically finishable.
Being able to state that Firefox has a complete implementation of HTML5 is useful for our own documentation (DevMo), marketing, evangelism, and 3rd party web authors/designers/developers, book authors etc.
xunxun - no the keyword HTML should not be replaced with HTML5.1. If you want to open a separate Finish HTML5.1 tracking bug please go ahead and add specifics to it that are in 5.1 beyond 5.0.
Here's the priority of the things that should be implemented :
- html 5 forms including related CSS (as a web developer, I hate using polyfills for those)
- html 5 dropzone attr.
- Seamless Iframes
- Shared Workers
- Video subtitle support
That's just what's missing in Firefox to support all HTML 5. Chrome has the harder stuff left, while Firefox has the easy stuff left.
HTML5 is a REC.
(In reply to :Ms2ger from comment #19)
> HTML5 is a REC.
This is a Mozilla implementation bug, not a W3C process bug. ;)
>This is a Mozilla implementation bug
depends on Bug 1245021
(In reply to Tantek Çelik from comment #17)
> Ms2ger - it's served the same purpose it always has, as a tracking bug for
> everything in HTML5.
> HTML5 is now a CR (URL added) so it is unlikely that any new features will
> go into it (they'll likely go into HTML5.1 instead), thus this bug is now
> particularly helpful as it's something that's realistically finishable.
I think that at this point it's clear to everyone interested enough in the matter that versioning on the web is a failure. "Authors" deal with the browsers that are actually released, not the things described in the snapshot W3C specs.
And specs still catch up with reality rather than the other way around. A very recent instance of this: https://github.com/w3c/webcomponents/issues/544
The human organization model around specs that work on the web is living documents, because that's the only way to make the spec the closest to what authors should care about. This is not the model the W3C chooses.
> Being able to state that Firefox has a complete implementation of HTML5 is
> useful for our own documentation (DevMo), marketing, evangelism, and 3rd
> party web authors/designers/developers, book authors etc.
https://www.w3.org/TR/html5/ is now almost 2 years old. This means that it contains elements which are known to be wrong and have been since fixed in https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/ and browsers.
Not only Firefox implementing https://www.w3.org/TR/html5/ will not happen because of spec bugs (so this goal is not "finishable" by any honest meaning of the term), but Mozilla stating Firefox has a "complete implementation of HTML5" would be probably hurtful to some degree.
The marketing around "HTML5" has done its course. Long live Progressive Web Applications!
This bug should probably be closed because it's misleading.
but we should keep one tracking bug to just make it easy for users and developers to keep an eye on what is going on
if this bug willl be closed we should transfer the bugs here to the new tracking bug
like bug #802882 which already exists