HTML5 is back on the tips of our tongues because the W3C committee finally decided it’s time to stop fiddling with the HTML 5.0 spec and move on to HTML 5.1. This marks a historic occasion because the HTML4 document was finalized in 1997. Time drags when you’re working on a committee.
Chrome has the highest score on the HTML5Test — 523 for Chrome 42– and that says much about Google’s commitment to driving the HTML5 spec and producing one of the leading browsers. There are only a few check boxes left for the programming team to mark and a few points for them to earn.