Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, A Developers Dream

Its well-known that most people underestimate just how much of a leap forward IE9 actually is, in terms of internet browser technological advancements. IE9 is indeed distinct among browsers in that it offers both users and developers the best of both worlds including support for advanced features, support for the latest standards like CSS3 and HTML5 as well as cutting edge debugging tools and development features. Aside from the obvious external design, genius in its simplicity and lacking of clutter, the utter speed of the browser is blazing and obvious. With Hardware acceleration, JavaScript performance and HTML5 support with canvas tagging it’s a developers dream. Read more about the debugging features, site pinning and more features right here.



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    Posted by Billy Shadd on 04/26/2012 05:05pm

    While IE9 is a huge improvement over previous IE's in regards to debugging utilities, Chrome and FF are my browsers of choice.

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