Good news for all of us who havent upgraded to IE8 yet. Internet Explored 9 is on its way! The web browser would be coming with great performance upgrades. Browser performance involves many different sub-systems within the browser. Different sites – and different activities within the same site – place different loads and demands on
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This was just posted on IE blog. The developers that work on the new release of Internet Explorer just completed successfully the famous Acid2 test. While web developers will immediately recognize what Acid2 means, I want to step back and offer some context for other readers of this blog who may not be familiar with
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This is Joe Walker’s presentation from The Ajax Experience last week. It is about web application security issues and possible solutions.
Microsoft isn’t revealing yet what they plan to deliver with new Internet Expolorer – IE8, but at last MIX conference Chris Wilson, platform architect of Internet Explorer, did share some general directions the team is taking with its next release. However, Wilson did tell attendees that Microsoft is planning to require Web site authors to
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Presented by the Silicon Valley WebBuilder, this event brought together Mike Shaver from Mozilla, Chris Wilson from Microsoft’s IE team, Håkon Lie from Opera, and expertly moderator Douglas Crockford from Yahoo! to talk about the current state of the browser landscape. At first, each person got a chance to say their peace. Here are some
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