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HTML5 Analysis and Research for the Reduction of the Initial Load Time of a Web Browser
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 Title & Authors
HTML5 Analysis and Research for the Reduction of the Initial Load Time of a Web Browser
Yun, Jun-soo; Park, Jin-tae; Hwang, Hyun-seo; Phyo, Gyung-soo; Moon, Il-young;
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 Abstract
An app that users can conveniently use has been an explosive increase in the emergence of smart devices, including smart phones. However, the advent of various smart appliances operating systems, acting as an inhibitory factor to the development of the application. Accordingly, there has been a growing interest in HTML5 that can simultaneously support various platforms. HTML5 using the browser is used in the most innovative way of cross-platform. However, it does not show the complete compatibility for now. Depending on the browser of the environment, the difference between the initial load time of Web pages out. Therefore, to understand the cause of slowing down the browser-specific initial load time through the analysis of HTML5, JavaScript and CSS. Look for ways that can further improve the initial load rate.
 Keywords
HTML5;Javascript;Cascading style sheets;Initial load time;Browser;
 Language
Korean
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