Cross-browser compatibility can be a major pain. The philosophy for most web developers is to code against a standard-complaint browser (Chrome), then apply CSS hacks later for other browsers that need to play catch up (Internet Explorer). In other words, it is better to make your code forward-compatible and apply backward-compatible hacks instead of the other way around… Continued here
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The launch of this blog was inspired from uncovering the joys, pains, and realities of Swift mobile development. Many of the posts dissect open-source apps and other real-world projects. Thank you for coming along for the journey; I hope you find it as fun and exciting as I do!