This is just awesome:
…Okay, so it’s a slightly ugly picture, why is it awesome? Read about it here: http://me.eae.net/archive/2005/12/29/canvas-in-ie/. Basically, Emil Eklund of WebFX extended IE to support Canvas elements, the currently most-buzzed new technology in web browsers.
Awesome-er (to me) is that he accomplished in a couple days with IE‘s DHTML Behaviors, just like my xDOM Suite, or Dean Edwards’ Star-Light do. Just like them, it uses DHTML Behaviors to basically improve (fix, enhance, or extend) IE‘s rendering engine. Developers can apply this extension by copying two files and adding a single line of code to pages which use Canvas.
Easy development, 3rd-party browser extensions, easy deployment ….All good examples of why DHTML Behaviors are totally awesome, and great reasons why other browsers should adopt them…
(via Ajaxian, screenshot borrowed from same.)