Vendor prefixes and browser support


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Vendor prefixes and browser support

You'll be seeing a lot of vendor prefixes in the exercises for this course. So let's take a minute to talk about what they're for and how I'll be using them in this course. Vendor prefixes are a way for browsers to support features before the spec for that feature has been finalized. Sometimes the early implementation of a feature is different from the final version, or the feature is only partially implemented early on. Prefixes are a way to let us know that features may not be 100% complete yet. They're also there to help us work around any slight differences in implementation from one browser to another while the feature is being finalized.

Vendor prefixes are often hotly debated in the industry. Love them or hate them, they are a necessary evil of authoring quality CSS that will work across multiple browsers. At the time of this recording, the most recent versions of Firefox, Opera, and IE support CSS animations without prefixes. However, slightly older versions of these bro...

Vendor prefixes and browser support
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Vendor prefixes and browser support provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Val Head as part of the CSS: Animations (2013)

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