[Xerte-dev] Re: http://css-tricks.com/modular-future-web-components/
J.J.Smith at gcu.ac.uk
Wed Nov 13 09:59:43 GMT 2013
There's lots of cool stuff out there but we're almost getting to the reverse of what happened 5-6 years ago with Chrome now being the leader... back then Microsoft added all this proprietary stuff that developers loved and then developers used it and to this day we have web apps that only work fully in IE... there are about 4 systems currently in use at GCU where IE is the only browser that you can get 100% functionality on and 1 app that I can no longer actually use as it doesn't work in IE9 and above (only IE6-8)...
I've been trying hard to maintain IE6+ support in xenith but it does make it hard to stay cutting edge though...
School of Health & Life Sciences
Glasgow Caledonian University
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Subject: [Xerte-dev] http://css-tricks.com/modular-future-web-components/
Cool stuff here.
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