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With the release of Windows 10 Microsoft has discontinued Internet Explorer in favor for their new browser Microsoft Edge. But not everybody wants to or can upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10 right away. Still sometimes it is necessary to use Microsoft Edge for one task or the other. But how is it […]
To help with cross browser testing websites for older Internet Explorer versions on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 our solution BrowseEmAll contains an Internet Explorer Emulator. In this post I will talk about why this is necessary and how it all works. Why an IE Emulator is necessary The Microsoft browser Internet Explorer […]
Another great new HTML5 feature is the so called local storage. The local storage can be used to quickly store specific information on the users local machine (inside the browser of course) without needing to rely on a cookies. A quick glance at caniuse.com tells us that nearly every browser already supports this feature. Event IE […]
The HTML5 datalist element can be used to define suggestions and bind them to a input field for the user to choose from. While this sounds super useful not every browser supports this element yet. In this post I would like to show how you can get the datalist element working in most browsers. We […]
In this short guide I would like to show you real quick how you can get started with the BrowseEmAll Core API. I will use Visual Studio 2015 Community but any other version will do. Getting the API For your convenience we have created a little setup which contains all the necessary files to use the […]
This is big news! The BrowseEmAll dev team is excited to announce the version 7.0 is now available for download and auto-update! In this major update you’ll find a complete redesign of the user interface along loads of new features! Here is what’s new: New User Interface The application has an all-new look, including graphics, […]
The Web Notifications API allows a website to notify users of some event even if the website in question is currently not in the foreground. But, you might have guessed it, this API is not yet implemented in all major browsers as we can see on CanIUse. Using the basic Notifications API is rather simple […]