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A Business Case for Dropping Internet Explorer


The distance between Internet Explorer (IE) 11 and every other major browser is an increasingly gaping chasm. Adding support for a technologically obsolete browser adds an inordinate amount of time and frustration to development. Testing becomes onerous. Bug-fixing looms large. Developers have...

Caniuse and MDN compatibility data collaboration


Second only to "silly GIFs," I'd guess screenshots of caniuse are the most common slide graphic at web conferences. It's become the ultimate source for looking at web compatibility data in the hearts and minds of web developers. Can I use CSS filter in Firefox? Yes. Can I use the filter() function?...

A Conspiracy to Kill IE6


Chris Zacharias published a few notes about why the team at YouTube added a banner that asked users to switch from IE6 to a more modern browser back in 2009: The bittersweet consequence of YouTube’s incredible growth is that so many stories will be lost underneath all of the layers of new paint....

Edge Goes Chromium: What Does it Mean for Front-End Developers?


In December 2018, Microsoft announced that Edge would adopt Chromium, the open source project that powers Google Chrome. Many within the industry reacted with sadness at the loss of browser diversity. Personally, I was jubilant. An official release date has yet to be announced, but it will be...

A historical look at lowercase defaultstatus


Browsers, thank heavens, take backward compatibility seriously. Ancient websites generally work just fine on modern browsers. There is a way higher chance that a website is broken because of problems with hosting, missing or altered assets, or server changes than there is with changes in...

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