I have mixed feeling on IE11. On one hand, I welcome WebGL and is looking forward to build great web applications using this and HTML5. On the other hand, breaking changes like document.all means the IE6 web applications in my companies will break.
My company has around 20+ web applications and most of them just worked around the corners of IE8, so our company computers can migrate to Win7. It takes 1-2 years on each project to rewrite them to support newer browsers. (Quite a few of them is still in ASP)
Managements never approve budgets for rewriting application to solely support new OS/web brwosers, and they don't understand the fact that when re-architecturing systems you should really freeze the feature set until re-architecturing is completed.
I created a new demo for WebGL and IE11 using Babylon.js:
With so many new frameworks about I always think its best to wait until at least version 5 before jumping on board.
(I know, I am a card)
LOL No you're not^^
But if you give a try to mine and find a bug, I will be pleased to fix it faster than light
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