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How To Get Around the Holes In IE9 Beta's Implementation of Canvas 111

Posted by timothy
from the canvas-the-neighborhood dept.
mudimba writes "Microsoft has made grand announcements about how great their implementation of the HTML5 canvas specification is. However, while I was porting a large HTML5 application to work with IE9 beta I found that there are some key features missing. Workarounds are provided where possible. (Disclaimer: I am the author of the submitted article.)"
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How To Get Around the Holes In IE9 Beta's Implementation of Canvas

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  • by suso (153703) * on Friday January 14, 2011 @09:04AM (#34876270) Homepage Journal

    Its 2011 and (big surprise) there are still problems with IE's implementation of HTML. This has been going on since IE3 (and probably before). I think we can safely say at this point that the problem is the company and will probably never change. As they say, the day Microsoft makes a product that doesn't suck is the day they make a vacuum cleaner.

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