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  • Blog Post: Updates to our platform roadmap

    Continuing our commitment to openly sharing our platform roadmap via status.modern.IE , today we’re announcing another round of updates to our plan. These updates include new ECMAScript, Networking, Performance, Media, CSS, and DOM features under consideration and in development: Feature...
  • Blog Post: Making the web “just work” with any input: Mouse, Touch, and Pointer Events

    We recently announced support for the Touch Event API in Internet Explorer for Windows Phone 8.1 Update as a part of our commitment to make the Web “just work” for our users . This means IE now supports all three major pointing input APIs: Mouse Events, Touch Events, and Pointer Events. Mobile...
  • Blog Post: Sub-pixel Rendering and the CSS Object Model

    With Windows 8, you have an unprecedented choice of devices for browsing the Web, from large desktop screens to small slates. In order to accommodate this range of devices, the browser must be able to scale and layout the Web at many different screen sizes and dimensions. We've previously blogged about...
  • Blog Post: Exploring IE9's Enhanced DOM Capabilities

    For IE9 Platform Preview 4, we significantly re-architected how the Chakra JavaScript engine integrates into IE. This re-architecture, described in Dean’s post , subtly changes the programming model of the DOM for IE9 standards mode, making it consistent with new ECMAScript 5 capabilities, more...
  • Blog Post: DOM Traversal

    The latest Platform Preview Build includes two great interoperable features for working with the DOM – DOM Traversal and Element Traversal . These features provide web developers with simple, flexible, and fast ways of traversing through a document using the same markup across browsers. These features...
  • Blog Post: DOM Range and HTML5 Selection

    We’ve written a lot about the support we’re building in Internet Explorer 9 to allow developers to write the same markup and get the same results across browsers. IE9 includes two new features that are great for web developers writing same markup: DOM Range and the HTML5 Text Selection APIs. DOM Range...
  • Blog Post: DOM Level 3 Events support in IE9

    Interoperable DOM Events are a core part of delivering the promise of HTML5’s “same markup.” With DOM Events support in IE9, web developers can write more interoperable code using an event model that is more robust and offers additional functionality not possible in IE’s previous model. When authoring...
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