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Archives for the Month of June, 2010

Problems with HTML5 video codec detection

In case you haven’t heard yet, Microsoft released a new preview release of Internet Explorer 9 with all kinds of great goodies we have been waiting for, including HTML5 video support. I did notice that this new preview didn’t score any bonus points on the HTML5 test for its video and audio support. This was […]

HTML5 test updated: how well does your browser support HTML5 now?

Earlier today I’ve released a new version of the HTML5 test. The goal is still the same: to show an indication of how well your browser supports the upcoming HTML5 standard and related specifications. It was clearly time for an updated test, because browsers were starting to get very close to the original maximum score […]