If you’re developing apps to run in an Office Web App, browser compatibility is probably top of mind. You want your app to be fully functional within Internet Explorer 9 and 10, and the most recent versions of Safari, Chrome and Firefox. However, a feature supported by one browser may not be supported by another. Ensuring cross-browser compatibility is still the developer’s responsibility, but the team on the Apps for Office and SharePoint blog wanted to make it easier. In this post, they walk you through a real cross-browser testing scenario that identifies browser inconsistencies, what the problem is, and then how to fix it.
Put these resources to work to save yourself some headaches and ensure your apps are ready for real-world use. Get details on the Apps for Office and SharePoint blog.
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