Danny Guo
Dec 23, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

Is Safari the next Internet Explorer?

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3 Replies to "Is Safari the next Internet Explorer?"

  1. I don’t think the subject was given enough attention. If you were to ask developers why Safari is such a pain, you would have known that Apple takes aaaages to implement new CSS standards, and has a policy of “do what we want to protect our users” instead of leaning towards the standardization of their tools.

    There are a lot of important features which are implemented by all the other browsers soon after they are published as new standards, however it sometimes can take up to 2 years to see the support of Safari browsers, if any.

    As a side note, there is about 2% of my codebases which are written only to add support to Safari – it should be 0.

  2. Awful. Safari is just simply awful. Had to give up trying to add a nice Spectral Analyser to my MP3 player because it just won’t work with Safari 100% bug-free like the other browsers. And that is just one of the many other issues I had to face with that Chimera. Fancy background-attachment: fixed not working on IOS – that is 90’s web browsing technology! And there is more, way more ….

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