Overall, this is a pretty good rebranding, as it shows some consistency and will not get the user lost.
Not really new, just change alittle.
does this really help web developers I was talking to a guy who STILL test against old IE browsers...
it will once they force everyone off of win 7 like they did xp and then the old/current IE will be unsupported and they can just shrug their shoulders at all the problems this causes
he was still testing for IE7 and had just stopped testing for IE6 a few months before... I know some sites don't even test for 9 only for 10 and 11 right now.
The furthest I test for is IE8 now. 7 and 6 are way too complicated to work with given how fast HTML5 and CSS3 is progressing.
That's normal.. especially when developing for financial institutions., or retail outlets with ancient kiosk hardware/software.
that's more focused no? In Enterprise you generally use just one browser no?
Last year i delivered a responsive site for a global bank, and the year before that.., a telecom company. IE8 was the lowest target for the bank. IE6 was the lowest target for the telecom company. The general rule of thumb, is to make the site useable, without the bells and whistles. But sometimes, you'll have to go the distance by using polyfills etc. to please the client. Lately, I've seen a massive shift in the enterprise - to Chrome.
wow this really needed its own story
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