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Browser Advocate

Why doesn't this work?

The web is changing rapidly, and browser development is reaching a point of assimilation where more web technologies are expected to work, regardless of your browser or device which you're using.

Yet, many of us web developers don't use certain features because "it's not supported in...", or we create workarounds to make something work. Many of us are checking Can I use constantly to see if browser support for a new feature is available.

We're problem solvers, though.

We sometimes use negative margins to achieve unique layouts or checkbox "hacks" for seemingly simple web design application features that could be resolved. Many of these approaches are not accessible, I believe that we can do more as a community to support one another.

I have a dream of a world where all web technologies —work as expected. I see a future of browser-based applications, where an update is a refresh away. There will always be a place for native apps, but to reach widespread adoption and accessibility, I believe that browser-based applications are essential.