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This topic describes the changes to Internet Explorer 10 Guide for Developers.

December 7, 2012: Content refresh, with information added about:

November 13, 2012: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview for Windows 7:

October 26, 2012: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 General Availability, with the following changes:

August 17, 2012: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8, with the following changes:

  • Removed "preliminary" language
  • Added information about new user-agent string tokens
  • Added section about scrolling and zooming with touch and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

June 13, 2012: Content refresh, with information added about:

  • Added information about use of aria-haspopup property to simulate hover for touch-based systems

May 31, 2012: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview for Windows 8 Release Preview, with the following changes:

  • Organization simplified
  • Performance APIs requestAnimationFrame and setImmediate no longer require "ms" prefix
  • CSS Transitions, Animations, and Transforms properties no longer require "-ms-" prefix
  • Flexbox properties updated to correspond to current World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) spec
  • ECMAScript 5 section renamed to JavaScript

March 20, 2012: Content refresh, with information added about:

  • Pinned sites notifications
  • Typed arrays support

February 29, 2012: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 Consumer Preview for Windows 8 Consumer Preview:

  • New section about Windows 8 integration
  • Minor updates, including product versioning changes

December 13, 2011: Content refresh, with information added about:

  • The -ms-user-select CSS property
  • CSS device adaptation
  • Cascading Style Sheets, Level 3 (CSS3) Fonts

Also included:

  • All new features listed and linked from the entry page
  • Fixed broken/inactive links
  • Other minor cleanup

November 29, 2011: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview Build 4.

Includes information about:

  • CSS3:
    • Positioned Floats renamed to Exclusions and examples added
    • Sample images and pages added to Flexbox
    • Added new repeating syntax for Grid
  • HTML5:
    • Video: Respecting recorded video orientation
    • File API improvements
    • Web Worker Thread Pooling
  • Document Object Model (DOM):
    • XMLHttpRequest improvements
    • CORS

Other additions include:

  • Moved Guide to MSDN Library
  • Broke out detailed sections into their own topics
  • General cleanup

September 13, 2011: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 for Windows Developer Preview and BUILD Conference with information about:

  • CSS Regions
  • CSS3:
    • 3D Transforms
    • Animations
    • Panning and Zooming
    • Transitions
    • Text (text-shadow property and hyphenation)
  • Pointer and gesture DOM events
  • Improved F12 support:
    • Web workers
    • Multiple script sources
  • HTML5:
    • Application Cache ("AppCache")
    • Progress and Range controls
    • History
    • Spellcheck
  • Web Sockets
  • Indexed Database ("IndexedDB")
  • Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Filter Effects
  • Navigation Timing

July 12, 2011: Updated with information about:

  • HTML5 Parsing

July 8, 2011: Updated with information about:

  • Channel Messaging

June 29, 2011: Updated for Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 2, with information about:

  • Positioned Floats
  • CSS3 Gradients (on all image types)
  • CSS style sheet limit lifted
  • CSS Object Model (CSSOM) Floating Point Value support
  • Improved hit testing APIs
  • Media Query Listeners
  • HTML5:
    • Support for async attribute on script elements
    • Drag and Drop
    • File API
    • Sandbox
    • Web Workers
  • Web Performance APIs:
    • requestAnimationFrame
    • Page Visibility API
    • setImmediate

April 12, 2011: Created for Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview for MIX, with information about:

  • Flexbox Layout
  • Grid Alignment
  • CSS3 Multi-column
  • CSS3 Gradients (on background images)
  • ECMAScript Language Specification, 5th edition strict mode
  • Compatibility View List
  • User-agent string
  • How to send feedback

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