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    HTML 5 Speed Test: IE9 vs. Chrome 6

    So basically, as the video plays we add in more fishes. and the meter on the top shows the fps.

    DownloadSquad put together a video showing hardware accelerated canvas rendering on IE9 and Chrome 6. HTML 5 will enable web designers to use cleaner, neater code, we can remove most div tags and replace them with semantic HTML 5 elements. As websites adopt the new HTML 5 elements we will see far greater consistency in terms of the HTML used to code a web page on one site compared to another. This will make it far easier for web designers and web developers to immediately grasp how a web page is structured even if they are brand new to it.

    Source: http://www.guru3d.com/news/html-5-sp...9-vs-chrome-6/

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