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    Default Microsoft launches new site for prototyping emerging HTML specs

    Microsoft is launching a new HTML5 Labs Web site, where the company will prototype “early and not yet fully stable drafts” of specifications from the W3C and other standards bodies.



    The site is designed to give the developer and user communities “some visibility on those specifications we consider interesting from a scenario point of view, but which are still not at the stage where we can consider them ready for official product support,” explained Jean Paoli, General Manager of Interoperability Strategy with Microsoft in a December blog post announcing the new site.

    The first two prototypes Microsoft is making available on the site are Web Sockets Extension for IE v 0.X and IndexedDB for IE v0.X.
    Internet Explorer (IE) 9 is Microsoft’s newest version of its browser which many are expecting to ship in the first half of 2011. IE 9 is Microsoft’s most standards-compliant browser to date. It will support many HTML5 standards, as the various beta and tech preview releases Microsoft has made available have made evident. A near-final Release Candidate build of IE 9 is due in early 2011, company officials have said.

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    thanks you for sharing, i like it very muck,

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    The only problem with MS doing their own spec-tests is that the results will probably (falsely) rank IE higher than other browsers. It is probably nothing more than a shameless self-satisfying promotion. These sorts of tests/labs should be constructed by people affiliated with W3C or students/professors working with networking technologies. Let non-biased and non-profits test this stuff, not the people who make and plug it.

    MS has never had a fully compliant browser, and with most people (still!?) running XP, most of the internet will still be viewed through the eyes of IE8 (which is a tragedy really; html5 and CSS3 make browsing quite charming). I can't see IE9 doing anything spectacularly better than say FF or Chrome.

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    yeah distroboy but microsoft is advancing and introducing more features in IE9 and soon we would have a featured browser as soon as this beta period ends for IE9.

    and comparing to Chrome or Firefox IE has to do more to keep in pace with.

    I personally admire Chrome for features like Speed, Script Engine, Flash player etc.

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