HTML5 scorecard: Amazon Kindle Fire weak, iOS 5 great, IE10 preview one of the best

The Sencha blog has a great series of posts on HTML5 support on various devices. This is of direct interest to Sencha because its products are JavaScript and CSS application frameworks, Sencha Touch for mobile and ExtJS for any browser. The latest post is on the Amazon Kindle Fire – and it is weak:

The

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Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 2 gets web workers, HTML5 sandbox

Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 2 which adds a number of features. These include: Web Workers for background JavaScript. File Reader API HTML 5 drag and drop CSS3 positioned floats HTML 5 sandboxing Some features of HTML 5 forms I asked Microsoft’s Ryan Gavin and Rob Mauceri why IE seems so far

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Microsoft releases IE10 preview, talks up native HTML5

Microsoft has released an early preview of Internet Explorer 10, which you can download now. It shows the company’s commitment – for the moment – to an energetic release cycle for its web browser.

Why use IE? Microsoft is pushing the notion that only IE is truly native on Windows:

IE10 continues on IE9’s

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