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  • Blog Post: Modern.IE: new tool for web developers for browser testing and compatibility

    Earlier this week, Microsoft launched Modern.IE : a new web base tool that helps you test, identify, and correct browser compatibility. Whether you are on Windows or not, Modern.IE will help you optimize your site for cross-browser compatibility and provide lots of guidance and tools to help you implement...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip (link): Virtual images for testing different Internet Explorer versions

    This question comes up a lot: web devs need a solution for testing websites on different versions of Internet Explorer. One answer to this are the “Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Image” files, made available for download. The whole batch of VHD files has now been refreshed on August...
  • Blog Post: Free Web Application Toolkits – Three extra toolkits released

    Web Application Toolkits are a set of ready to use kits with samples and controls that help ASP.NET developers quickly work out common web scenarios. While you’ll find more reusable components if using ASP.NET on your site you can still take advantage of the samples and scripts to reuse these on non...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 – Webslices and Accelerators Belux Contest is on!

    This fall we’re giving you not one but two chances to win a netbook and other prizes! Next to the Belux Silverlight contest we are also launching the “Internet Explorer 8 – Webslices & Accelerators Contest”. Webslices Webslices allow your site visitors to subscribe to portions of information on your...
  • Blog Post: Express Yourself newsletter: issue 5 is available

    Express Yourself is a Belgian newsletter focusing on web development and web design topics. Issue 5 has been sent to subscribers, focusing on the latest around the MIX09 announcements. Here’s an extract. UX Prototyping with Blend 3 and SketchFlow As part of Blend 3, we announced SketchFlow, a new...
  • Blog Post: IE8 RC1 released – download, test your site and create web slices and accelerators

    As you may have seen, Internet Explorer 8 Release Candidate 1 has been released. A good time to list some resources. Download here , available in 25 languages. Note to Windows 7 Beta users : the IE8 build installed with Windows 7 beta is on a different release path. Don’t use this RC1 release on Windows...
  • Blog Post: Three new Chopsticks screencasts by the community

    We published three new videos produced by the community today. Two videos by Hans Le Roy Hans Le Roy has created two screencasts on the new IE8 Beta 2: one intended to give you a quick overview of the new functionalities and one specifically for developers in which Hans explains the new developer tools...
  • Blog Post: IE8 Accelerator for MSDN Social Bookmarks

    I’ve been using IE8 Beta 2 for a few weeks now and I’m getting quite used to do actions on text or links by using Accelerators. If you haven’t seen these, accelerators allow you to easily call a service on a link or a piece of selected text. For example, a standard Accelerator is “Map with Live Maps...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2: resources for developers and HTML integrators

    With the release of IE8 Beta 2 you are likely to start getting more questions and more (power) end users trying this release out. In this post I’ll point out some of the new features of IE8 and then give you the most important pointers for compatibility and development. IE8 Beta 2 Download link . IE...
  • Blog Post: IE8 Beta – Pointers for making your website compatible with IE8 standards rendering mode

    IE8 Beta 1 has been out for several months now and we are closing in on the release of IE8 Beta 2, which has been announced for August 2008 by the IE team. Now is a good time to get started on ensuring site compatibility with this new release. Because IE8 will default to standards mode for displaying...
  • Blog Post: MIX essentials 2008 Roundup

    Last week on April 24th we had our first MIX essentials event in Belgium. It was a full day with a dynamic opening keynote; developer and designer break-out sessions and of course a fantastic closing keynote and Q&A session with Steve Ballmer . Opening keynote The opening keynote was...
  • Blog Post: MIX 08 – the beta releases downloads

    The keynote at MIX08 in Las Vegas this year was really exciting to follow. I was really looking forward to the keynote mainly for Scott Guthrie’s announcements, and was not let down. Check Tim Sneath’s blog to get a “live” overview of what was announced during the keynote. Tim does a great job at...
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