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serzeel khan
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Hello everyone,
I want to know whether the application's compatibility for different types of web browser,s can be considered as a technical risk or not.

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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While it's more of a design/coding risk than an architecture risk, I think it is fine to include in the list. It certainly won't be your biggest risk.


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