Test on Google Chrome 38
Perform real time live interactive testing of your webapp, website for cross browser compatibility on the chrome version 38. You can test your web application for functionality, visual bugs, and a lot more by performing cross browser testing.
ELEMENTS NOT SUPPORTED IN CHROME 38 BROWSER
ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings)
Template literals are string literals allowing embedded expressions. You can use multi-line strings and string interpolation features with them. Formerly known as template strings.
Function shorthand using => syntax and lexical this binding.
Subresource Integrity enables browsers to verify that file is delivered without unexpected manipulation.
Icon used by browsers to identify a webpage or site. While all browsers support the .ico format, the SVG format can be preferable to more easily support higher resolutions or larger icons.
Web App Manifest
The web app manifest provides information about an application (such as name, author, icon, and description) in a JSON file, which browsers can use to give richer offline experiences.
CSS Conical Gradients
Method of defining a conical or repeating conical color gradient as a CSS image.
prefers-reduced-motion media query
CSS media query based on a user preference for preferring reduced motion (animation, etc).
Blending of HTML/SVG elements
Allows blending between arbitrary SVG and HTML elements
CSS Device Adaptation
A standard way to override the size of viewport in web page using the @viewport rule, standardizing and replacing Apple's own popular viewport implementation.
CSS3 attr() function for all properties
While attr() is supported for effectively all browsers for the content property, CSS Values and Units Level 3 adds the ability to use attr() onany CSS property, and to use it for non-string values (e.g. numbers, colors).
CSS property to describe how the last line of a block or a line right before a forced line break when text-align is justify.
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