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Just an funny. For sure many corporates are on previous IE releases as Niels said. But a funny we found the other day was some javascript to set exceptions for IE. Unfortunately the code was written long ago and the routine would only work for IE versions up to 9. It appeared the code was written for IE v4 and I guess the programmer never imagined his ...


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The short answer is that each browser implements the industry standards based on the implementation team's understanding of those standards. There are several different base engines that are used by different browsers, including but not limited to WebKit, Gecko, Trident, and Blink. That accounts for the majority of differences in behavior between different ...


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Implementing the same standards will not result in same product. There will be differences. Different teams make different (human) mistakes, use a different architecture, etc... If you search for browser-benchmarks you will notice a great difference in the speed of the renderer and the JavaScript engines. This must prove they are different under the ...



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