Networking protocol for low-latency transport of content over the web. Originally started out from the SPDY protocol, now standardized as HTTP version 2.
With LambdaTest you can test your website on 2000+ browser and OS combinations for cross browser compatibility issues and ensure that your webpage fallbacks are working fine on browsers that do not support
Chrome version 4 to 40 does not support
HTTP/2 Protocol. Chrome 41 to 67 supports
HTTP/2 Protocol not supported by Mozilla Firefox browser version 2 to 35. Firefox 36 to 61 supports
IE browser version 6 to 10 doesn't support
HTTP/2 Protocol. IE browser version 11 partially supports
Safari browser version 3.1 to 8 doesn't support
HTTP/2 Protocol. Safari browser version 9 to 10.1 partially supports
HTTP/2 Protocol. Safari browser version 11.1 supports
Microsoft Edge browser version 12 to 17 supports
Opera version 10.1 to 27 doesn't support
HTTP/2 Protocol. Opera 28 to 53 supports
"Can I use" provides up-to-date browser support tables for support of front-end web technologies on desktop and mobile web browsers.
All websites and webapps use collections of a lot of browser technologies and elements. Not all of these elements are supported by all browsers and browser versions. At LambdaTest you can test your website on all browsers and browser versions and easily debug browser compatibility issues in real time.
You can test your website for cross browser compatibility across all Firefox browser versions using LambdaTest
Perform cross browser testing of your website/ webapp across all Chrome browser versions using LambdaTest
Check your website on all Safari browser on Mac and Windows for cross browser compatibility with LambdaTest
Perfrom cross browser testing of your website/ web app across all IE verions using LambdaTest
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