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Windows 7: An Early Look At IE9 for Developers

20 Nov 2009   #11

Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers

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I want CSS transforms, HTML5 canvas, and SVG... give it to me IE!

Getting JS performance on par with Firefox 3.6 and Chrome 4 (well not nearly), and passing 574 out of 578 on the CSS3 selectors test from (what I've heard) three weeks development is really good.

I hope a beta test comes soon and the final release is on/before/near the release of Office Web Apps.
Beta soon would be nice. Lets all pray to the Adobe Gods for Adobe Flash x64 for Windows.
Those guys at Adobe will release x64 flash when the hot place below freezes over...

They care nothing about their products that doesn't net them close to $1000 a pop

OT I know - but have any of you guys actually know how much a "non upgrade" copy of Photoshop CS4 costs these days.

The 1,000 dollar quote is not far off - especially if you need to buy TWO copies.

It's a pity the .PDF and FLASH are so ubiquitious -- where possible we should use alternatives to any ADOBE product - but if you do anything with photography at more than a pure amateur level Photoshop unfortunately is a must (and a good program in spite of the horrendous costs). Nobody has come anywhere close to CS4 yet -- the GIMP does fine for what it does but a pro shooter needs a bit more that that.


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