In October 2006, Microsoft released Internet Explorer 7 and then as Windows XP computers were updated users started receiving it. It was a large download and some people still haven’t upgraded for different reasons, whether they were advised it would run slowly on their older machine, that it was full of bugs, or confusing. What this means to developers of web applications is that almost 3 years later we still have to support it and make sure our applications run on this browser. So if browser issues of 2006 aren’t going away, those of 2008 certainly aren’t. Now a whole new set of browsers have entered the market and it could get even more interesting. Read on to get a rundown of the browsers that now need to be supported and the issues that developers are facing.
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