The Tablets are popping up in the stores more and more, they have different CPUs, different resolutions and different Operative Systems, but all of them have a browser. Which is not only an application but the "OS" of all the cloud webapp will use.
So It's very important to test the browser capabilities before encounter a bad experience with a cool websites we were used on the Desktop Computer.
Here some quick interesting tests You could do.
Web Standards Compliance: HTML5 CSS JS
The W3C standards which most people talk about are not finalized yet, anyway many new sites started to taking advantage of their benefits.
- html5test.com - The results is a general score about how "modern" is your browser. You have to look deeply in tests if the features You care about are supported or not.
- css3.info - This test is important to check that all the HTML elements will be displayed correctly
- html5demos.com - A collection of some demos
The performances are the most critical part in a mobile web browser and unfortunatly there isn't a unique comprehensive test.
- Css3 Benchmark, Maze Solver.
If You want to test some extra but important features in the web browser, here some more tests and demos.
- HTML5Rocks Slides - Many cool examples embedded in web slides. Accelerometers and this.
- Multitouch finger detection - (Touch only) Safari mobile supports smoothly upto 11 fingers!
- CSS Walking Man - CSS Animation, You'll see if css3 animations are accelerated in hardware on not
- CSS 3D city - CSS Animation
- Speed Reading. A canvas 2D benchmark from Microsoft. Enable Canvas acceleration on Chrome/ium. You'll see if canvas 2D animations are accelerated in hardware on not
- Css3 div box test. Simple css3 rendering test