HTML 5, Standards and Developer Features in Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Shot in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday the 18th Sep as part of the Microsoft Unplugged series of events http://microsoft.co.nz/unplugged

This session is presented by Giorgio Sardo (Technical Evangelist working with Internet Explorer) https://blogs.msdn.com/giorgio/

Come and learn how to build a website that gets the most out of IE8. Discover how to use the new integrated Developer Tools, Microsoft Expression SuperPreview and Fiddler to build and debug cross-browser-compatible layout designs. Learn how to build new Accelerators, Web Slices and Visual Search Providers that extend the reach of your content. Demo, demo, demo.

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    gbrayut

    Great video! I hadn't seen some of the features of IE8 Developer Tools yet (Yay for breakpoints and watching variables!) and the Expression Web SuperPreview was really cool.

     

    Keep up the good work!

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    figuerres

    I havent seen this video but yea the IE8 dev tools a really nice, everyone who supports windows and IE needs to know how much stuff is there to help  that and add fiddler V2 and you have a huge power to debug http and browser issues!

     

    PS: fiddler can even be setup with a Cert and a local proxy to trace the data in an SSL connection if you need to do that also!

     

     

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    joechung

    I like the IE8 Developer Toolbar! I wish they would bake a Fidder-like HTTP sniffer into the IE Developer Toolbar. That's one of the things it lacks compared to Firebug.

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    TinyA

    Nice work, I love IE8 Toolbar.

    Keep it going on.

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    Tim Snadden

    IE Web Developer toolbar's slogan is: "Like firebug, only (you know) awful, pathetic and Microsofty".

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