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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 4,  2016, pp.201-208
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.4.201
 Title & Authors
Research on Web standards compliance and professional level of domestic Web Developer
Shin, Moon-sun; Jeong, Kyeong-ja; Kim, Byung-chul;
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 Abstract
Recently, non-standard techniques of web like Active-X caused not only user inconvenience but also barriers to the business of Internet. The government recognized that the serious environmental situation of using Internet is needed to be improved. Especially, HTML5 convergence technology is meant to be a specific platform over the devices, users, and systems. It also means web standards to support more creative business service model and emerging market. In this paper, we performed a survey on Web standards compliance and web development professional level of domestic web developers. In addition, we present the basic direction of government policy of software and software-positive human resources policy, that is based on the analysis of the survey results. Our study will be able to contribute to construct policies to support digital convergence industry and to strengthen technical assistance and expertise to build training programs for the spread of global Web standards (HTML5).
 Keywords
Web Standard;HTML5;Web Expertise;Web Industry Competitiveness;Digital Convergence Industry;
 Language
Korean
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