It’s not what you think it is, but for me, it’s drugs “over the internet”. Recently, HTML5 just finished their book of ‘html’ after over 8 years writing it up. Taking the advantage of super rich hyper text markup language, there are plenty of possibilities that we can discover from it. From video encoding to geometrical shaping just using HTML5. Google took this advantage and implement some of HTML5 functionality on their new operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop. Of course, as an indie web developer like me, I take this opportunity to implement some cool stuff on Droid Agency deep dark markup language.
Recent Chrome 39 update brings the ability for Chrome running on Lollipop to merge tabs to Android Recents. By default, if you’re running stock Lollipop on your Nexus device it’s already turned on. Chrome UI also reacts with the website specific meta tags. So what’s going on here? At first we didn’t know that this stuff is ‘alterable’. It’s enriched with some HTML5 wrapper. With a single line meta tag, I managed to get Chrome UI change color according to my specific color code in that line. Even more, if you open the Recents, you’ll see Droid Agency logo on the top left corner. This gives the feeling of native application, but it’s not. It’s just a tab on Chrome, on Recents.