Before going further in a framework implementation, I had a look at the Browser Statistics from w3schools. As they mention, it's only statistics, but I come up to the idea that my framework would be compatible with IE 6.0 and 7.0, Firefox 1.0 and 1.5, Safari 1.3 and 1.4 and Opera 8.5.
I will then gives you some feed back about cross-browser compatibility.
Let's begin with a simple example, the width style property of a DOM element.
Width is something abstract because from one browser to another, you don't see element the same size! In IE width is really what you see. It is the width of the element from one side to the other. In Firefox, width as a different meaning. It is the space available for displaying the child elements of a given element. On the screen, I would call it the internal width of an element. When you set the width of an element to a certain value, your element, from one side to the other as a total width of the value you specified plus the borders width plus the padding width.
Let's see an example of the width style property.
09 December, 2005
I am developing web applications in Ajax technology for LUCCA. In the past days, I was asked to dig into the Ajax framework folk and to come up with ideas for our new application. The goal of this blog is to share my feed back on what I see on the web about Ajax framework. I will also try to present a bunch of functions that we could bring together to build a new framework.