Microsoft has already unveiled its Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 1, a sneak peak at some of cool new tools in its upcoming version of IE. IE10’s Platform Previews are offered mainly to web developers, and designed to let them assess the evolution of Internet Explorer, while focusing on under-the-hood components, features, etc.
Dean Hachamovitch, corporate vice president of Internet Explorer said, “We’re about three weeks into development of IE10, and based on the progress we’ve made, we want to start engaging the development community now”.
He also added, “At the MIX conference today, we showed the new browsing engine along with several new browser test drives that anyone on the Web can try out”.
“You can run these at www.ietestdrive.com to see emerging standards like CSS3 Multi-column Layout, CSS3 Grid Layout and CSS3 Flexible Box Layout, CSS3 Gradients, and ES5 Strict Mode in action.”
According to the corporate VP for IE, upcoming Platform Preview releases will feature additional standards support, including CSS3 Transitions and CSS3 3D Transforms.
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