Tuesday, September 3, 2013

A Real Deal Breaker

Internet Explorer has been doing so well since version 9 to keep up with evolving web standards. However, there still is quite a lot missing. One of the most sad gaps is the omission of preserve-3d. This basically means that the browser doesn't let you create three-dimensional objects that can be manipulated as such. Cool things like native 3D or parallax scrolling are out of the question with IE10.

So why isn't this supported (yet)? Are Microsoft developers just inept? Reluctant? Lazy? /me wonders...

To shield us from further disappointment, it's probably for the best to NEVER AGAIN develop for Internet Explorer. This ends here.