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Relationship between browsers and development process?

Eswar Nec
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Joined: May 02, 2010
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Hi,

I know the following browser FireFox, IE(6,7,8) , Safari, chrome, opera.

If i write some coding using (JSP, Javascript, and jQuery), and i run my program using the above all browsers.

I feel my output 95% is ok in FireFox. But some time the IE show the script error, or style (css) problem. some other browser show some other kind of issues.

SO what is relationship between these browser and web development process.

help me.
Thanks in advance.


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Eric Pascarello
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That is what makes web development fun. There is no standard way to know how to make it work, you just have to find what works for you.

Most people code to standards and than make fixes in IE to get it working correctly.

Eric
Jimmy Clark
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Joined: Apr 16, 2008
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JSP is a server-side technology for creating Java servlets. JSP require both a JSP Engine and a Servlet Container, i.e. Java-based Web server.

JavaScript and jQuery are primarily client-side technologies which execute within an HTML browser.

Your web server is basically sending HTML code which may be combined with JavaScript and/or jQuery code.

Different HTML browsers sometimes handle client-side code in different ways. In a commercial setting, dealing with these differences is a critical part of testing as well as prototype development.

Good luck!
 
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