Links tagged with “browsers”
Browse pages archived on archive.org using period browsers and operating systems. Amazing, although the screen sizes seem a bit large to me, for the period. (via Waxy)
OpenDeviceLab.com - Locate, Contribute to and Sponsor an Open Device Lab (ODL)
ODLs “establish shared community pools of internet connected devices for testing purposes of web and app developers.”
A really useful way of viewing your Google Analytics’ browser data, to work out what your site should be supporting. I like how it groups versions of browsers. Nicely done.
Cross Browser Testing Tool. 100+ Browsers, Mobile, Real IE.
Sounds good. Jude said it was good, which is good enough for me. Good. (via Dotcode)
Handy (HTML5/CSS3) diagram of which HTML5/CSS3 features are in which browsers. (Upshot: I can’t use any of it yet for production sites.) (via Daring Fireball)
Run Internet Explorer 6 (or IE7, or IE8) images in VMware Fusion on Mac OS X - Ryan Parman
I’ve avoided IE 8 so far, but guess I’ll need to give it a whirl soon. Harrumph. (via Tom Taylor)
Safari 4 benchmarked: 42x faster than IE 7, 3.5x faster than Firefox 3 - Crave at CNET UK
Shockingly bad bar charts. 3D bars drawn in perspective don’t help with comparisons.
Litmus: Pricing and signup
24 hours passes now available for this Browsercam-like site for testing web pages and emails against different rendering engines. (via Daring Fireball)
Install multiple versions of IE on your PC | TredoSoft
This has come a long way since I last looked at this kind of thing. Now comes with a handy installer.
Another Browsercam alternative.
Open-source, distributed processing, free version of Browsercam. Probably more interesting than useful. At the moment.