Yet Another JavaScript Framework

On March 6, 2018, a new bug was added to the official Mozilla Firefox browser bug tracker. A developer had noticed an issue with Mozilla’s nightly build. The report noted that a 14-day weather forecast widget typically featured on a German website had all of a sudden broken and disappeared. Nothing on the site had changed, so the problem had to be with Firefox.

A screenshot of the bug report filed with Mozilla.

The problem, the developer noted in his … Read article

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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 how browsers deal with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, another other native web technologies.

In recent memory, #SmooshGate was all about a new JavaScript feature that conflicted with a once-popular JavaScript library. Short story, JavaScript has a … Read article

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