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October, 2012

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    IE10 on Windows 7 available in November

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    As we approach general availability of Windows 8, we want to provide an update on IE10 for Windows 7. We will release a preview of IE10 on Windows 7 in mid-November, with final availability to follow as we collect developer and customer feedback. IE10 on Windows 7 has the same standards based platform for developers to target as IE10 on Windows 8. We built an entirely new browser with Windows 8, with more performance and developer capabilities . IE10 brings improved real-world site performance...
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    W3C Web Performance Workshop

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    The W3C Web Performance Working Group is looking for new use cases and performance issues to solve in its next chartered period. To that effect, the Working Group is holding a public workshop on November 8, 2012, in Mountain View, CA where performance experts and Web developers are invited to present ideas and discuss current challenges. Statements of interest will be the basis of the discussion at the Workshop and must be submitted by October 29th to this mailing list . Fast HTML5 Web applications...
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    Building World-ready Applications in JavaScript Becoming a Reality

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    We consistently hear from developers that today’s JavaScript standard lacks a few basic objects and library helpers that are vital for building rich, world-wide Web applications. Last year, we shared a reference implementation of an emerging proposal for an Internationalization API for JavaScript. This API introduces support for number formatting, date and time formatting, and locale sensitive collation or string comparison. Given that this limitation fundamentally prevents world-ready sites from...
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    Security Advisory 2755801 Revised to Address Adobe Flash Player Issues

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    Today we released an update that addresses vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8. The majority of customers have automatic updates enabled and will not need to take any action because the update will be downloaded and installed automatically. For those manually updating, we encourage you to apply this update as quickly as possible. This update addresses the vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player by updating the affected Adobe Flash binaries contained within...
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    Web Performance: When millisecond resolution just isn’t enough

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    Sometimes measuring time in millisecond resolution just isn’t accurate enough. Together with industry and community leaders, the W3C Web Performance working group has worked to solve this problem by standardizing the High Resolution Time specification. As of this week, this specification has been published as a Proposed Recommendation (PR) and is widely adopted in modern browsers. Take a look at the What Time is it? test drive demo to see how this API works. This specification has gone from just...
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    Web Platform Docs Debuts with Developer Resources

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    Today, we are taking another step forward in helping developers achieve the goal of interoperability through same markup. We’re happy to be part of creating Web Platform Docs (WPD) , a new W3C hosted community resource for developers and designers who use open Web standards. For developers the Web is about building great experiences with the potential to reach millions of people around the world by writing interoperable sites and applications. We’ve talked many times about the promise of interoperability...
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