Javascript coding standard to support all browser
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Posted By:   Saravanan_P
Posted On:   Wednesday, November 1, 2006 05:51 AM

Hi,

I have developed a web based application.But i can my HTML standard by use of w3c site.But i want to test my javascript code to support all browser.Please help me any tool or online site.


Please help me.

P.Saravanan.

Re: Javascript coding standard to support all browser

Posted By:   Robert_Lybarger  
Posted On:   Wednesday, November 1, 2006 09:12 AM

Practically speaking, there's no real "javascript standard", and you have it backwards anyway, as it would be the browser's job to support the standard, not vice versa. If you're a javascript code writer, your best bet is to get your hands on all the major browsers and test things yourself. There are some best practices, but the plain truth is that opera, safari, mozilla, IE all have slight variations in the way the handle things, and its your job to understand and account for those things. Now, I'll grant you that testing the Mac-only safari browser might not be cheap, but that's not my problem.
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