Abysmal Sound on Windows?

Brian Yennie briany at qldlearning.com
Sat Jun 5 03:38:24 EDT 2010


A bit ironic, but understandable at this point. HTML 5 may be the future, but the standard itself isn't even final yet. A bit hard to produce a cross-browser tech demo when all of the vendors are still in the middle of implementing a moving target.

The -webkit stuff is more a reflection of things being in flux than an indication that these are Safari-specific extensions.

With that said, it *would* be cool if HTML 5 would get here all ready and succeed in bringing unprecedented compatibility =)

> 
> On 5 Jun 2010, at 06:54, stephen barncard wrote:
> 
>> Have you seen these Tech Demos for HTML5 at the apple site?
>> 
>> http://developer.apple.com/safaridemos/
>> 
>> Amazing stuff.
> 
> And amazing irony. A great showcase for web standards, so long as you install Safari. Try a demo on Firefox, and we're asked to install Safari. A look at a couple of the demos (typography and transitions) shows a lot of css stuff with "-webkit" in the properties.
> 
> Friends don't let friends tie themselves to a particular browser. :-)
> 
> 
> Dave_______________________________________________



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