Microsoft Edge – keeping up to date with frameworks & libraries
This article is part of a series of posts detailing specific compatibility tollgates for a modern web, and how you can take action to make sure your site works as intended in the world of modern web browsers:
- EdgeHTML interoperability
- Legacy plug-ins & features
- Frameworks & Libraries (this post)
- Browser detection
- CSS prefixes
Keeping up to date with frameworks & libraries
Common frameworks or libraries like jQuery are often updated to address compatibility problems when new browser versions are released.
Why is it important?
Your users may not be able to do what they want like navigate or view your webpage correctly.
What will we look for?
We check if frameworks or libraries that are not up-to-date and might contain bugs are present.
How can you fix it?
Our suggestion is that you keep frameworks & libraries up to date to prevent or fix compatibility problems.
- Update any known outdated resources to its closest supported version.
- Check using the Site Scanner available at http://dev.modern.ie for detailed info.