We have a relatively complex ExtJS application, that seems to fail miserably on the ie9 platform in the test environment provided by Microsoft.
If rumours are correct, Microsoft is going to release the beta in September. Some of our users are definately going to try out that beta, and knowing that our app will break, we are very interested in hearing what is happening on the ie9 support.
There is an old thread about it here: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...-early-days%29, but it is from the begining of may, and it looks to me as if you are going more into feature detection (as recommended by Microsoft).
Can I rest assure that everything (or vital things) will be functional in the ie9 beta by mid september?
I guess my question really is: "What have you been doing over summer to support ie9?" )