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Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) has been around since the dawn of time. Well, since 1999 when the W3C started work on it at least. I remember doing some at University and needing various plugins depending on which browser you wanted to render the end result in.
Due to the recent anticipation and uptake of HTML5 compliance in modern browsers (allowing for elements such as
<canvas> – which allows developers to harness the power of vector graphics directly on web pages).
Ok so we’ve given in; after months of trying to avoid the Royal Wedding and the constant stream of news stories on what Kate’s dress might look like, and whether the cake will contain nuts (hardly breaking news…) we’ve decided to embrace the national celebration, which is quickly turning out to be the most interactive event in history.
It doesn’t seem all that long since Microsoft released the first platform preview of Internet Explorer 9 – the company’s cutting-edge hardware accelerated browser.
Well, it actually was just a year ago, and today at MIX11 they’re releasing the first platform preview of Internet Explorer 10. This is not a web browser you can use for your every day browsing, but as web developers – it’s something we’ll certainly keep our eyes on here at Branded3.
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