Please confirm what format are you talking about when saying HTML 5 on web.
As of now there are multiple ways to publish on web using InDesign like Publish Online, HTML, epub.
Let me know which export format are you interested in.
As Monica states there are several ways to go. For example, if you wish to produce a simple website then InDesign's sister program Muse could be used.
You can use InDesign to export to FXL and reflowable text ePubs and Publish Online, each of which format has advantages (features) and disadvantages, and all of which use HTML5. Alternatively have a look at Apple's iBooks (Mac devices only).
For apps created with InDesign for sale via iTunes and similar, look at the plug-in in5 from Ajar Productions.
There are also lots of InDesign plug-in products that offer solutions, useful for magazines, that such as Twixl Publisher, Mag+ and Aquafadas.
And for those with deep pockets, there's Adobe's new AEM mobile.
So lots of possibilities - you need to be clearer about your requirements - and your budget!
(With acknowledgments to Keith Gilbert)
What I mean is that can it do features like if you were publishing with DPS you would find on Apple apps for magazines.
I hope I explained it right.
No it's not clear.
Maybe you need to explore some of the features of the various formats I've mentioned to see which meets your requirements.
I was wondering if publishing to HTML5 has similar features like you would be publishing DPS format you find as a Apple IOS device you find on the iPad?