Internet Explorer 9 Platform Preview 3 Feature Videos: 'Canvas and Amazon.com, HTML5 Video Support, ECMAScript 5, Canvas'

Internet Explorer Platform Preview 3 is designed for developers who want to experiment with the new platform features in Internet Explorer 9 and can be installed alongside Internet Explorer 8. As a result, is not a full browser and lacks common browser features like a back button or address bar. Here're some feature preveiw videos:A […]

Internet Explorer Platform Preview 3 is designed for developers who want to experiment with the new platform features in Internet Explorer 9 and can be installed alongside Internet Explorer 8. As a result, is not a full browser and lacks common browser features like a back button or address bar. Here're some feature preveiw videos:

A Look at Canvas and Amazon.com. Seth McLaughlin, looks at a how developers can use HTML5 Canvas in IE9 Platform Preview 3. This developer sample demonstrates a real-world example using Amazon.com and shows the value of hardware accelerated Canvas:

A Look at HTML5 Video Support. Anderson Quach, looks at a real-world example of how developers can use HTML5 HD video and audio support:

A Look at ECMAScript 5. Travis Leithead, discusses how to make a living playing games while showing some of the possibilities of using newly supported ECMAScript 5:

A Look at Canvas. Paul Cutsinger, looks at how developers can use HTML5 Canvas. This sample, which demonstrates the value of GPU-powered Canvas, is available along with IE9 Platform Preview 3: