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Internet Explorer 10 Guide for Developers

Purpose

The Internet Explorer 10 Guide for Developers provides a look at the developer features included in Internet Explorer 10, as well as the latest HTML5, JavaScript, and Cascading Style Sheets, Level 3 (CSS3) features available to developers of Windows Store apps using JavaScript for Windows 8. By using the documentation and samples in this guide, developers and designers can take full advantage of these new features.

Important   The contents of this guide apply to both Internet Explorer 10 and Windows Store apps using JavaScript for Windows 8, except where noted.

Internet Explorer 10 is available for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Internet Explorer 10 is available for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. For more information about the differences between Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8, see Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7.

Listed here are new developer features for Internet Explorer 10. In addition to reading the guide, be sure to see the Release Notes for installation information and known issues, as well as the Internet Explorer Test Drive site for new demos and examples. Download samples and documentation from the Internet Explorer Developer Samples Gallery. You can also obtain detailed technical information about developer features by visiting the Internet Explorer Developer Center and the MSDN Library.

Internet Explorer 10—as well as Windows Store apps using JavaScript—contains support for the following developer features. Except where noted, these features work identically in Internet Explorer 10 and Windows Store apps using JavaScript.

Developer audience

Internet Explorer 10 Guide for Developers is written for use by Web developers and designers, plus those interested in developing for Windows Store apps using JavaScript in Windows 8, to learn about the developer features in Internet Explorer 10.

 

 

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