Posts Tagged ‘browser support’
11 Apr, 2019
A site showing how many people on US government websites right now, as well as loads of other data. So cool.
29 May, 2018
The Slow Death of Internet Explorer and the Future of Progressive Enhancement
Regardless of how perfectly formed and well-written your code, sometimes things break through no fault of your own, even in modern browsers. If you’re not actively testing your site, bugs are more likely to reach your users, unbeknownst to you. […]
22 Jan, 2015
Two days ago, I got a call from a friendly guy from Microsoft. He told me they were planning on announcing a new browser at their big Windows 10 unveiling event. We had a long chat about the new browser, […]
04 Jan, 2012
Test on Real Mobile Devices without Breaking the Bank
Mobile is the future of the web, so it’s time to start investing in some mobile devices. Testing on actual devices is now an absolutely essential part of web design. Stephanie Rieger explains that there are crucial aspects of a […]
10 Nov, 2009
HTML5 Resources, Examples, and Demos
A helpful list of HTML5 Resources to get started exploring the exciting future of the web and its architecture. Learn about new html5’s new tags and new functionality.