HTML is a dynamic tool that is very much alive and evolving.

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With the abstractions that modern front-end frameworks provide, it’s easy to dismiss plain old HTML as a thing of the past — a mere starting point that necessarily leads to “bigger and better” options. Developers with intimate knowledge of HTML are becoming rarer, and at the same time, experts in accessibility and progressive enhancement are needed like never before.

Despite its lack of “cool factor,” HTML is a dynamic tool that is very much alive and evolving. In fact, developers have been using the lessons learned from building front-end applications to improve HTML itself, and as the language evolves so too does its potential. …

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