Modernizr.js : Feature Detection

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 11 Oct 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

As we saw in a previous post, Modernizr allows you to work with the new HTML 5 elements, like nav, and still support browsers that don't know anything about a nav, or HTML 5. However, HTML 5 is more than just a few dozen semantically meaningful elements. There are WebSockets, WebWorkers, WebStorage, and a number of other features that are interesting from a programmability perspective (not to mention all new CSS3 capabilities). The questions is: how do you know if a specific user's browser supports...

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