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Clashing Scores In the HTML5 Compatibility Test Wars

June 3rd, 2010 06:12 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Andreas(R) writes “Microsoft has published a set of HTML5 tests comparing Internet Explorer 9 to other web browsers. In Microsoft’s own tests, IE9 performs 100% on all tests. However, the Internet Explorer 9 HTML5 Canvas Campaign has published results that show that Internet Explorer gets 0% on all their tests.” The results reported here are selected with tongue in cheek: “Therefore, we’ll also present shameless results from tests which have been carefully selected to give the results that the PR department has demanded.”

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