An upgrade path from IE6?

ReadWriteWeb reports you can Run Internet Explorer 6 Apps in IE8 With UniBrows. This sounds like a possible way for companies that rely on IE6 for certain legacy applications to upgrade to a newer browser without losing compatibility with the legacy ...Read More

Will IE9 save us from IE6?

Microsoft have released a beta of IE9, you can download it from http://www.beautyoftheweb.com/. It seems that the battle of the browsers these days has a lot to do with being the best and fastest for modern standards like HTML5. In the past, ...Read More

The banking exodus from IE6 begins?

We've all seen the retail and consumer space push to ditch IE6 gathering pace over the last 6 months, including a petition to the UK government and Google's announcement that their online productivity suite stopped supporting IE6 yesterday. But ...Read More

Hackday V – Hoverboards and Flying Cars

Since innovation is important to us at Caplin we run regular Hackdays, where developers (and UXistas) form miniteams to build something cool of their choice for 24 hours.  At the end of the 24hours everyone presents what they've achieved and there are prizes ...Read More

Developing for IE8: inline-block resize bug

At Caplin we don't need to support the ancient Internet Explorer 6 & 7 browsers, which makes development a lot easier, but IE8 still has some bugs to make life difficult. On a recent project we found an annoying one affecting inline-block elements, ...Read More

JQueryUK 2013: The Other Talks

I recently wrote a post about getting to JQuery UK and the keynote speech with Brendan Eich.  Now I wanted to add the rest of my notes from the conference: JQuery 1.9 and 2.0 - Richard Worth Richard Worth was up next, and spoke mainly ...Read More

HTML5: everyone's doing it!

The Next Web have reported on a survey by Kendo UI that 82% of developers think HTML5 is important to their jobs now or within the next 12 months. What's interesting is the relatively large survey size (about 4000 developers), which ...Read More

The Pain of HTML5

One of the essential problems with any new technology is whether to adopt it and diabolically abandon users who are not able to upgrade or miss out on new possibilities and eventually become irrelevant. The middle way of course is to fly to the ...Read More