In this video, we take a look at the Internet Explorer 10 on the Windows 8 Release Preview and the improvements made in performance, touch-first experiences, and HTML5 standards-based adaptive layouts.
We explore three new demos available on IETestDrive.com today. The first demo, Chalkboard Benchmark, takes a look at the hardware-accelerated performance of Internet Explorer 10 with common touch actions such as panning, zooming and scaling content. Our next demo, Browser Surface, takes design cues from Microsoft Surface. This demo focuses on the touch-first experiences that are enabled using standards-based design and the new MSGesture API. Lastly, the Layout Adaptation demo shows the power of using Media Queries and Viewport to create layouts that adapt to your device and the size of your browser.
With this latest platform preview, IE10 continues to deliver the foundational features and performance that developers depend on to build great applications. You can download the Windows 8 Release Preview today, then try these demos and more at http://ietestdrive.com.
— Tobin Titus, Program Manager, Internet Explorer Performance
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