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Define the browser support matrix

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Issue Description

What is the intended browser support matrix for

I’m asking because in we’re considering dropping the support for old versions of Chrome and Firefox as well as the support for IE11. Fluent is used the localize the Common Voice website. Dropping the support would mean that the fluent/compat builds would contain async functions and function* generators, which cause syntax errors in browsers which don’t support them. On the upside, no more regeneratorRuntime required 😃

Here’s the list of browser versions we’re currently considering supporting in Fluent’s compat builds:

Firefox >= 52,
FirefoxAndroid >= 52,
Chrome >= 55,
ChromeAndroid >= 55,
Edge >= 15,
Safari >= 10.1,
iOS >= 10.1

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Comments:12 (12 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

Gregoorcommented, Jul 9, 2018

We now have a browser support matrix (basically the one from Fluent):

Thanks for the discussion everyone!

stasmcommented, Jun 28, 2018

My question about the temporary solution referred to this part of @Gregoor’s comment:

I just put the unsupported browser info in, which we also show for recording.

Sorry for not making it clear.

To reiterate what (I think) we discussed at All-Hands, I’m fine with dropping support for IE, but I want to make sure we are displaying that nice “Download Firefox” message for those users 😃

That’s how I understood our conversation as well. Thanks, @mikehenrty!

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