Microsoft IE8 improved, but still not best

Microsoft is on the verge of releasing Internet Explorer 8. For Web developers, IE8 delivers some very good news. It finally has an excellent debugger and document tree inspector. Support for standards is better in IE8, including for emerging standards such as ARIA. The IE team also has done quite a bit to improve the […]

Microsoft is on the verge of releasing Internet Explorer 8. For Web developers, IE8 delivers some very good news. It finally has an excellent debugger and document tree inspector. Support for standards is better in IE8, including for emerging standards such as ARIA. The IE team also has done quite a bit to improve the performance of both JavaScript and the rendering engine. Finally, it's possible to develop and debug Web applications in Internet Explorer, rather than using Firefox/Firebug and desperately hoping IE would behave the same way.

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