Home > slashdot > W3C Says IE9 Is Currently the Most HTML5 Compatible Browser

W3C Says IE9 Is Currently the Most HTML5 Compatible Browser

November 2nd, 2010 11:33 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

GIL_Dude writes “The W3C posted results for their latest HTML5 compatibility tests and have found that, so far, IE 9 has the best overall results. ‘The tests cover seven aspects of the spec: “attributes,” “audio,” “video,” “canvas,” “getElementsByClassName,” “foreigncontent,” and “xhtml5.” The tests do not yet cover web workers, the file API, local storage, or other aspects of the spec. Not do they cover CSS or other standards that have nothing to do with HTML5 but are somehow lumped under HTML5 by the likes of Apple, Google, and Microsoft.’”

Source: W3C Says IE9 Is Currently the Most HTML5 Compatible Browser

Related Articles:

  1. W3C Says IE9 Is Currently the Most HTML5 Compatible Browser
  2. iOS 5: Safari Is Most HTML5 Compatible Mobile Browser
  3. In-Depth Look At HTML5
  4. W3C Says Don’t Use HTML5 Yet
  5. Google Phasing Out Gears For HTML5
blog comments powered by Disqus
YOYOYOOYOYOYO