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Browser Testing

Regular cross-browser testing helps ensures your web site or application is accessible and functional to a broad audience, especially as Internet Explorer 11 is pervasive in federal government but TTS developers use Chrome on macOS almost exclusively.

Using a responsive web design and a standards-based approach will result in wide compatibility across modern browsers, but at the edges your product can still trip up on browser-specific quirks. For example, compare the list of web technologies supported in Internet Explorer 11 versus Chrome. Progressive Web Application-related features and behaviors also vary widely across devices and browsers.

A few options are available at TTS that allow testing on multiple browser platforms. An automated testing solution is ideal, but even manual cross-browser testing remains valuable.


To test with Windows-native browsers like Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge:


For Google Chrome for Android:


For Safari on iOS:

Chrome-family browsers and Firefox