Cross-Browser Testing in 2017

by steve on December 15, 2017

Welcome to the modern world.  In the old days, when the proto-Mozilla roamed the Earth fighting Internet Explorer and other monsters, cross-browser, cross-platform testing was essential if your web application had any hope of serving your users.

In these days of well-debugged CSS it’s easy to get lazy and figure if you see it work, then it’s working.


I just ran through a number of screens on – a well established company with uncountable global users, many important screens lacked a “submit” button in OS X Safari, which appear when one uses OS X Chrome.

Really?  Making your users go through all that data entry again because you don’t even know that your web forms are broken?


I know you can do better.  Get with the program, people.

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