Quicksteps to get started with PHP on Windows Azure

The weather in the northern hemisphere is still a little nippy, and if you’re like me, you’re spending a lot of time indoors with family and friends enjoying the holiday season. If you’re spending some of your time catching up and learning new things in the wonderful world of cloud computing, we have a holiday…

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Prototyping Early W3C HTML5 Specifications

Today we launched the HTML5 Labs Web site, a place where we prototype early and not yet fully stable drafts of specifications developed by the W3C and other standard organizations.  These prototypes will help us have informed discussions with developer communities, and give implementation experience with the draft specifications that will generate feedback to improve…

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IndexedDB Prototype Available for Internet Explorer

As we launch our new HTML5 Labs today, this is one of two guest blogs about the first two HTML5 prototypes. It is written by Pablo Castro, a Principal Architect in Microsoft’s Business Platform Division. With the HTML5 wave of features, Web applications will have most of the building blocks required to build full-fledged experiences…

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Introducing the WebSockets Prototype

As we launch our new HTML5 Labs today, this is one of two guest blogs about the first two HTML5 prototypes. It is written by Tomasz Janczuk, a Principal Development Lead in Microsoft’s Business Platform Division. In my blog post from last summer I wrote about a prototype .NET implementation of two drafts of the…

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HTML5 Video and Interoperability: Firefox Add-On Provides H.264 Support on Windows

As you know, Microsoft is committed to interoperability, and the IE team has previously blogged about and provided developer previews and samples showing “Same Markup” – the same HTML, CSS, and script working across browsers – in action. Today, as part of the interoperability bridges work we do on this team, we’re making available a…

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