I assume you are talking about UC? Or
are you addressing Opera?
I don't use either at the moment. I'm just trying to figure out
what developers and QE will need to look at going forward.
It would help a great deal if we can come up with a definitive
list for both mobile and desktop. I think it's best to do this
sooner rather than later. We don't want to get to the final
release and realize that we've lost 20% of the mobile market. Or
even 5% if we can help it.
On 4/30/2018 1:31 PM, Dana Gutride wrote:
That wasn’t originally on our list of primary
supported browsers but from a quick look at the CSS support for
that browser, I am hopeful that PatternFly generally will be ok.
Especially given we are planning on supporting IE11 and the
layout (grid/flexbox fallback at times) classes we’ll use all
appear to have high level support from UC Browser (https://caniuse.com/#search=flex
From your experience - how are you testing for this
and is this an area that you’d like to assist PatternFly with
feedback? Also, have you noticed any gaps in PatternFly 3 with
Thanks Leslie. That does
help a lot. No Opera?
I assume you are talking about desktop browsers
below. What about mobile browsers? Popularity for
those is a different ballgame with the Chinese UC
Browser holding 13.49% of the market and the Samsung
and Opera browsers at about 5% each.
On 4/30/2018 10:24 AM, Leslie Hinson wrote:
For PF.Next, we are looking to support
the latest two versions of Edge, Safari, Firefox
and Chrome as well as IE11.
Hope this helps!
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