Testing HTML5 Feature Availability In Browsers
The ongoing HTML5 specification offers many features to promote a "rich" web user experience. If you've worked wth HTML5, you know that some features are available in some browsers and not available in others. Here's a handy tool to tell you the HTML5 features that are available in your favorite browser. All you need to do is fire up a browser and visit: http://html5test.com . With this, you'll see a nice breakdown of the features that are available in the current browser version. It will also tell you, the strengh of support for each feature. For example, for the current version of Firefox I'm using (3.6.3), it says it has a total score of 101 out of 160. Here's a breakdown for each of the current browsers I'm using:
|Chrome 5.0.375.55 beta||142/160|
Of course if you really like an HTML5 feaure that is not available in your favorite browser, you can always check the "development" versions for the browser - as HTML5 support is still a work in progress.