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iOS browser more HTML5 compatible than Android.

 
Juan Handal
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Robin ,awesome book

i wonder why they didnt include Chrome in honeycomb? where its already included in Google Tv that is based on Android.


Mobile Firefox is more html5 compatible. I checked on that page. Seems like Windows Phone is worse than Android. Low Html5 compatibility has to be a problem for app developers.

 
Robin Nixon
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HTML5 is being slowly released over a period of years and in bits and pieces by different browser developers at different times. So, throughout the book I often have to point to where an HTML5 feature is only partially implemented and I give ideas for working around that until all browsers are up to scratch on it.

Still, a lot of HTML5 is useable now on iOS and Android (perhaps with a little tweaking sometimes), so you can definitely make apps with it that work well.
 
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