Articles by Mike Taylor
As you may have read last year, Safari, Firefox, Edge and Chrome browsers are removing support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in March of 2020. That means there’s less than a year to enable TLS 1.2 (and, ideally, 1.3) on your servers, otherwise all major browsers will display error pages, rather than the content your users came to see.
Mozilla has partnered with BrowserStack to offer free testing on mobile Firefox for Android (iOS upcoming). Not every developer owns a device bank or has the time to test on every OS. Mozilla is committed to ensuring a healthy and robust web. Cross-browser compatibility is a key component of that commitment.
Several recent articles on the Hacks blog explain why web developers should care about cross-browser compatibility and how great web developers achieve it. Web developers have a critical role in making the web work for everyone. And so do browser makers. As of today we’re introducing a number of compatibility features to the Gecko rendering […]