Linked by snydeq on Wed 8th Dec 2010 22:58 UTC
Internet & Networking InfoWorld's Peter Wayner launches the first in a series of articles on browser implementations of HTML5 capabilities. Focusing this round on the presentation layer, Wayner provides an overview of how Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, and Safari stand on HTML5 canvas, HTML5 audio and video, SVG, and WebGL, providing developers with tips, samples, and resources for making the most of today's HTML5 presentation layer technologies on today's browsers.
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Interesting article
by Anonymous Coward on Thu 9th Dec 2010 11:20 UTC
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Nice article....

I have been building websites in HTML5 for months now, and using cross-browser polyfills to ensure that they work on just about every browser IE6 or newer.

For the most part, it's good to refer to the methods presented by Paul Irish (http://paulirish.com/), start with the html5boilerplate (http://html5boilerplate.com/) and use polyfills (https://github.com/Modernizr/Modernizr/wiki/HTML5-Cross-browser-Poly...) and conditional statements for the mess that is IE.

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