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hi

Hmm do we get a web browser that support HTML5 soon?
looks like our N900 only get 55 out of 160 points, Tear 0.3.98-6 get 64 points and todays nightly build of fennec gets 101 points.

For comparison my Safari (on my Mac) gets 113, even my Touch get 113 (but I have to say the points are differently shared).

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I've run HTML5 apps with Firefox in Easy Debian. Hopefully future versions of MicroB will be HTML5-compatible - it's at least as important as Flash IMO.
 
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Based on those numbers, what do you consider is the minimum for a "HTML5 capable web browser"?

Also, it would probably help if you told us what benchmark you are talking about. If it is html5test.com, the development version of Chromium blows all those numbers out of the water.
 
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waahhh crap. forgot the link, sorry. yeah i mean http://www.html5test.com

maybe chromium is better then any of the other browsers, but that doesn't really help if the mobile version doesn't :-/

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100% of the points ;-) at the moment that would be 160.
 
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I just got 135 out of 160 on that site with Chrome on my overclocked N900.
 
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Originally Posted by assetburned View Post
maybe chromium is better then any of the other browsers, but that doesn't really help if the mobile version doesn't :-/
It's a good thing I was talking about the one that was ported to the N900 (it gets 128 points at the moment)

A 100% score with that test doesn't seem possible (or realistic) with free/open source software, because the test seems to require support for all audio/video codecs to reach a full score.
 
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Originally Posted by geneven View Post
I just got 135 out of 160 on that site with Chrome on my overclocked N900.
it isn't necessary to be overclocked, it just tests the browser's capability :P
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maemo opera 11.50.14 browser scores 253 out of 500
 
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But scores 0 in both Audio and Video sections.
These are the sections that most will be after in a HTML5 browser
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fennec16a1 scores 363 out of 500, 21/31 for video and 20/20 for audio.

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