Last week Microsoft partnered with Vyclone to bring social video editing to modern web browsers like Internet Explorer 10. Such products help developers unlock the full potential of HTML5.
In the guest blog post in Internet Explorer blog, Anton Molleda of Plain Concepts shared about his experience and learnings while developing Vcylone, a social video editing experience built on HTML5 and many of the new features in next generation browsers like Internet Explorer 10. Vcyclone builds on capabilities like pointer events, multi-touch gestures, and hardware accelerated canvas and CSS3 to make this Web site feel more like an app.
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