The DOMMatrix interface represents 4x4 matrices, suitable for 2D and 3D operations. Supersedes the WebKitCSSMatrix and SVGMatrix interfaces.The DOMMatrix interface speaks to 4x4 frameworks, reasonable for 2D and 3D activities. A 4x4 framework is reasonable to portray any pivot and interpretation in 3D. This interface ought to be accessible inside Web laborers, however a few usage don't permit it yet. The DOMMatrix constructor makes another DOMMatrix protest which speaks to 4x4 frameworks, reasonable for 2D and 3D tasks.
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Chrome browswer version 4 to 7 support
DOM Matrix is unknown. Chrome browser version 8 to 67 partially supports
DOM Matrix property and partial support for Chrome refers to supporting an older version of the web browser. Only supports the WebKitCSSMatrix version of the interface, not DOMMatrix.
This element is not supported by Mozilla Firefox browser version 2 to 32. Mozilla Firefox browser version 33 to 61 supports
Internet Explorer browser version 6 to 9 doesn't support
DOM Matrix. Internet Explorer browser version 10 to 11 supports this property.
Safari browser version 3.1 to 4 support
DOM Matrix is unknown. Safari browser version 5 to 11.1 supports it partially and partial support for Safari refers to supporting an older version of the web browser.
Microsoft Edge browser version 12 to 17 partially supports this property
dom-matrix and partial support for Microsoft Edge refers to supporting an older version of the web browser.
Opera browser version 10.1 to 12.1 doesn't support
DOM Matrix. Opera browser version 15 to 53 partially supports
DOM Matrix property and partial support for Opera refers to supporting an older version of the web browser.
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