Browser Compatibility

Internet Explorer (and web compatibility) Revisited

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In 2017 I wrote about supporting IE 11 and whether you should bother supporting it. This is some updates since then, revisiting the topic of web compatibility and supporting Internet Explorer today. You can read the original article below.

What's changed?

What's changed in those few years? IE usage has dropped even more and Edge is moving to a new rendering engine. Whether or not you should support older browsers like IE should be determined on a case-by-case basis but there are a few indicators you should be aware of.

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Seth Corker

A Fullstack Software Engineer working with React and Django. My main focus is JavaScript specialising in frontend UI with React. I like to explore different frameworks and technologies in my spare time. Learning languages (programming and real life) is a blast.