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This week's Follow Friday articles include a challenge to the claim that HTML5 has performance problems, a plan from a UK health official to improve healthcare with barcodes, a case that SharePoint is leading the charge to the Cloud, and more.
HTML5's "performance issue" rubbished - .net
by Craig Grannell
Paul Bakaus, W3C AC representative for Zynga and creator of jQuery UI, has rubbished so-called "HTML5 performance issues". In a blog post titled "No, HTML5 does not have a performance issue", Bakaus argued against those within the industry that dismiss the technology because it doesn't run well in older kit and said this "has to stop".
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