Windows Internet Explorer 9 Compatibility Cookbook
The Windows Internet Explorer 9 Compatibility Cookbook is designed to help you understand changes in Internet Explorer 9 that might impact applications that you developed for earlier versions of Windows Internet Explorer. Many changes help Internet Explorer comply with broader industry standards, and other changes improve performance and reliability.
The Internet Explorer 9 Compatibility Cookbook includes information about changes to features, identifies features that are deprecated or removed, and describes general tools and guidance. New topics will be added to this section as features are modified and as you identify areas where you need more information.
The Internet Explorer 9 Compatibility Cookbook is intended for anyone who develops or maintains Internet Explorer applications.
The Internet Explorer 9 Compatibility Cookbook applies to applications that specify a browser version that is earlier than Internet Explorer 9 and that can run on Internet Explorer 9.
- Features Changed in Internet Explorer 9
- Features Deprecated in Internet Explorer 9
- Application Development Guidelines and Tools for Internet Explorer 9
Build date: 9/28/2012