|Article Introduction: IE10 will enhance support for HTML5 and CSS3.
Windows 8 is finally released, although only the developer preview is available now, and the good news is that IE 10 has been posted, although only Windows 8 is available now. Let's take a look at the new features of IE10.
The IE Developer Center gives a detailed documentation for front-end developers, listing the new features of HTML5 and CSS3 supported by IE10 . Well, it's finally following:
- CSS Region
- CSS3 Multiple columns
- Positioning float (positioned float)
- 3D transform (3D transfrom)
- Animation (animation)
- Gradient (gradient)
- Remove the stylesheet limit--in the previous version of IE9, each page can only load 31 style sheet files, @import can only be nested up to 4 layers, IE10 removed these restrictions.
- The script synchronizes the async properties of the--script tag to define whether the script executes asynchronously
- The File API
- Form validation (form validation)
- Progress and range control--can actually be seen as a feature in a HTML5 form
- Web Workers
- Web sockets
- Drag (drag and drop)
- Application caching--application cache, that is, offline storage, but it should be noted that the consortium updated the offline storage configuration file extension, before the ooxx.manifest, to use AppCache extension.
- Channel communication (channel messaging)
- Indexed Database
- Web Performance API
- SVG Filter Effects
Well, there's a lot of new stuff, and it seems to be very strong.
It should be noted that the majority of IE10 's support for CSS3 's new features still requires-ms-prefixes.