Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Developer Platform Preview with Dean Hachamovitch - Webcast

At MIX10, Microsoft released the developer preview of Internet Explorer 9, and will release updates bringing new code every 2 months until the beta release of IE9. “CSS Corner is about the border-radius property, by far most heavily requested feature of CSS3 Backgrounds & Borders module. “IE9 preview build includes full support for border-radius property, […]

At MIX10, Microsoft released the developer preview of Internet Explorer 9, and will release updates bringing new code every 2 months until the beta release of IE9. “CSS Corner is about the border-radius property, by far most heavily requested feature of CSS3 Backgrounds & Borders module. “IE9 preview build includes full support for border-radius property, including shorthand and longhand syntax, as well as corresponding DOM properties,” explains Sylvain Galineau. When you first launch IE9 preview browser, you’re taken to IE9 Test Drive where you’ll find a series of tests, including “HTML 5 T-Shirt Designer” app uses HTML5 and XHTML. In the video, Dean Hachamovitch and Rob Mauceri discuss how they're taking IE to new level with all graphic rendering taking place on GPU via DirectX technology D2D and new JavaScript engine that compiles JavaScript to machine code and can do this in a way that takes advantage of multi-core architectures:

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