According to the W3C's 2012 December 17 Press Release, "Though not yet W3C standards, these specifications are now feature complete, meaning businesses and developers have a stable target for implementation and planning."
The next stage is what they call "Candidate Recommendation," which will consist of extensive testing and work to ensure interoperability across platforms.
Develop games in your browser. Powerful, performant & highly capable.
And time for Microsoft to come through and screw it all up.
I wonder what are changes for Canvas Level 2
Joannesalfa this is indeed very interesting!
So, HTML 5.1 will be announced soon :)
Joannesalfa Someone more technically inclined would need to translate it, but you can find the Canvas Level 2 specs on the WC3 website as well.
Also, the caniuse website maintains a detailed browser compatibility matrix with HTML5. The overall compatibility scores for the major browsers are:
73% iOS Safari
10% Opera Mini
Chrome is easily the strongest, Opera/Safari/Firefox/IE/iOS Safari are are roughly comparable, Blackberry and Android are a bit behind, and Opera Mini barely charts.