"This is the difference between a 300-millisecond page load versus 10 milliseconds. The faster you are, the better people are going to feel about using your website." (The use of the term "HTML6" is a merely theoretical naming at this point, with the WC3 not even developing anything called HTML6 at this juncture. )
But Misko Hevery, Angular.js co-author, has his doubts about Mozumder’s proposal. "My total wild guess is that the world is moving toward more processing power, not less, so any proposal that offloads work from the client is not aligned with where the world is heading," said Hevery.
Analyst Michael Azoff of Ovum liked the proposal's intent. "The aim is to improve load time, which sounds like a good idea," he said. "It also says this approach will be outside the DOM, so maybe the DOM needs extending [or] evolving."