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HTML5 Cross Browser Polyfills · Modernizr/Modernizr Wiki

HTML5 Cross Browser Polyfills · Modernizr/Modernizr Wiki
The No-Nonsense Guide to HTML5 Fallbacks So here we're collecting all the shims, fallbacks, and polyfills in order to implant HTML5 functionality in browsers that don't natively support them. The general idea is that: We, as developers, should be able to develop with the HTML5 APIs, and scripts can create the methods and objects that should exist. Developing in this future-proof way means as users upgrade, your code doesn't have to change but users will move to the better, native experience cleanly. Looking to conditionally load these scripts (client-side), based on feature detects? See Modernizr. Looking for a guide to write your own polyfills? Looking for an alphabetical guide on HTML5, CSS3, etc. features, and how to use them? Looking for a polyfill combinator? svgweb by Brad Neuberg & others Fallback via FlashSnap.SVG from scratch by the author of Raphaël (Dmitry Baranovskiy) Abstracted API. FakeSmile by David Leunen Canvas Web Storage (LocalStorage and SessionStorage) Sectioning Elements

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AddyOsmani.com - The Developer's Guide To Writing Cross-Browser JavaScript Polyfills I believe it's one of our responsibilities as designers and developers to both advocate for best practices and encourage others to make the leap to using modern features for a modern web. At the same time, we need to do our best to avoid leaving users with older browsers behind. Polyfills - a term coined by Remy Sharp to describe JavaScript shims that replicate the standard API found in native features of new browsers for those without such features - are a way of helping us achieve this. In today's post, I'm going to recount my experience of creating a cross-browser polyfill along with the lessons learned along the way.

cssFx by imsky cssFx cssFx adds vendor-specific prefixes to your stylesheets. How it works When the document has finished loading, internal (<style>) and external (<link>) stylesheets are processed, fetching any @import stylesheets as well. It's recommended to bundle stylesheets into one file to minimize request overhead. HTML5 Please - Use the new and shiny responsibly Making your app real-time is a huge boost and WebSockets give you the ability to add bi-directional communication over a persistent connection to your application to increase interactivity and user engagement. web-socket-js is a natural polyfill for the JavaScript WebSocket API transferring data through Flash Sockets when WebSockets aren't available. To use native WebSockets in versions of Firefox before 11, the prefixed MozWebSocket should be used. The protocol backing the Web Socket API has become an IETF standard, but Safari did not implement that version until Safari 6. To support Safari 5, the WebSocket server needs to support both -76 and the RFC6455 versions, or you can use Flash or Java sockets (if available). The -76 version has a possible security problem for users behind buggy transparent proxies.

ddr-ecma5 - Brings ECMAScript5 features to any browser ddr-ecma5 is a JavaScript library which brings the ECMAScript 5 extensions to any browser. It includes set of ECMAScript 5 methods to Object, Array, String, Date and Function objects which are possible to be implemented with ECMAScript 3 features. The goal of ddr-ecma5 library is to promote ECMAScript 5 features and to bring them to the environments of current browsers. User Agent Man — A Blog about Client Side Web Technology I am Zoltan "Du Lac" Hawryluk (and yes, Zoltan is my real name). I am web developer born and raised in Toronto, Canada. I research new web technologies, especially the ones with the sexy overused acronyms, like HTML5 and CSS3. I am also the creator of several JavaScript libraries (cssSandpaper, html5Widgets, visibleIf), a few online tools (IE Transform Translator, CSS3 Matrix Construction Set) and other random things (CSS3 Font Converter). When I discover stuff, I post my findings here — partly because I want to share with the community, and partly because I forget things if I don't write them down. More about me.

Web components polyfills - Polymer Edit on Github Introduction Polymer builds on top of the upcoming web components technologies, which don’t yet ship in all browsers. However, you can run Polymer in any evergreen browser using the Web Components support library, webcomponents.js. This is a collection of libraries (or “polyfills”) for new web technologies that haven’t shipped yet across all browsers. C HTML5 Logo The Movement You're excited about HTML5; we are too. You've not just been enjoying the HTML5-powered web already — you're building it! As adoption and inspiration spreads, the web community will find creative ways to apply HTML5 and related technologies, spark trends, and capture best practices. As momentum builds, we hope you bring this logo along for the ride and paint the world orange. You know that HTML5 badge you've placed oh-so perfectly in your footer?

HTML5 <progress> polyfill by Lea Verou Demos Features Accessible (WAI-ARIA-enabled) Supports getting (and setting, when allowed by the spec) all the IDL attributes defined in the specification (value, max, position, labels), through ES5 getters and setters Supoorts setting both max and value attributes, through mutation events Will fix new progress elements as well, through mutation events No extra HTML elements needed and none added through script

10 IE CSS3 and HTML5 Modern Browser Mimics Let face it, some people are stuck using Internet Explorer as their web browser. It could be that work had locked thier machines and they can’t install a decent browser. At a time where new and powerful techniques as such as HTML5 and CSS3 are emerging, it’s not surprising that IE can’t handle them correctly. Fortunately, a few tricks has been around floating that can make your life easier. Have a look at this post.

How Your Website Looks On Different Devices And Browsers See How To Use BrowserStack First of all to use BrowserStack, you’ll need to visit their site at www.browserstack.com/screenshots/ Which will give you a page similar to below.

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