Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way

Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way

“We are excited to bring Internet Explorer 10 to web and app developers as part of Windows Phone 8. I posted earlier about how you can use IE10 on Windows 8 to do early testing of your sites. Now that the SDK is available, it is a great time for you to use the included emulator to test your sites directly on Windows Phone 8. It is also a great for us to start talking about the platform in more detail. To get us started, here is an overview of the huge advancements in HTML5 support that we are bringing with IE10.”

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2 Responses to Internet Explorer 10 brings HTML5 to Windows Phone 8 in a big way

  1. Rob says:

    Do you guys always spread PR from Microsoft as if it were fact or is this a new thing. Too bad for Microsoft no one has or wants a Windows phone.

  2. Andrew Davis says:

    Microsoft speaks so infrequently that every time I hear it whisper, ‘html5,’ I lose control a little bit. I’m just one of those optimists who expects that M$ will one day contribute to open web standards rather than slow down innovation as they always seem to be doing.

    Washington’s down, why isn’t Redmond?

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