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Internet Explorer 9 tops first HTML5 conformance test
early days but impressive..........
The first HTML5 conformance test has been released today and Microsoft's Internet Explorer Platform Preview 6 has taken the top spot. Although HTML5 still isn't finalized, it's nice to see Microsoft make such a drastic change in the past few months.
Internet Explorer Platform Preview 6, which is more or less Internet Explorer 9 without the UI, isn't out of beta yet and is already knocking down the competition. Google Chrome 7.0.517.41 beta came in a close second, with Firefox 4 beta 6, Opera 10.60 and Safari 5.0 falling far behind.
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|05 Nov 2010||#2|
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Thats all smoke & mirrors the HTML suite will be something like 100,000 tests when its complete so publishing just the tests Microsoft designed & submitted & only a couple of hundred does not mean anything
IE9 the best browser? Not so fast | Deep Tech - CNET News
Here is the HTLM5 test First up is
The HTML5 test - How well does your browser support HTML5? it scores browsers out of 300 points
IE9 scores 96 out of 300
Opera 11 scores 179 out of 300
Next is the latest beta version of the test
The HTML5 test - How well does your browser support HTML5? it scores browsers out of 377 points
IE9 scores 80 out of 133 ? is it running an older test !!
Opera scores 223 out of 377
Visit this microsoft site & check out how well IE 9 does under the SVG tab
Internet Explorer 9: Testing Center
Now go to
Opera scores 95% out of the complete test & IE 9 preview 4 scores 58%
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