Internet Explorer and Web Components

I’ll say this up-front, so I don’t waste anyone’s time. I’m not an expert on Web Components, and this post isn’t intended to teach anything about them. With that said, over the last few days I’ve been catching up on some podcasts, and the topic of Web Components has come up several times. The technology … Continue reading Internet Explorer and Web Components

ASP.NET MVC, Bootstrap, and Internet Explorer Compatibility View

Works on My Machineā€¦or Does It? It’s always frustrating when you’re working on a project, and everything looks good when you’re running it from Visual Studio, and then you deploy to your web server, and suddenly something’s not rendering correctly. In this post, I’ll give you some tips for troubleshooting these problems when the target … Continue reading ASP.NET MVC, Bootstrap, and Internet Explorer Compatibility View

Tweak Touch Behavior in Internet Explorer with User Style Sheets

As touch becomes a more and more prevalent means of interacting with PCs as well as phones and tablets (I’m typing this on a Lenovo Carbon X1 Touch laptop), developers should be aware of how to create touch-friendly sites and apps that help users make the most of touch-enabled devices. If you’re building apps for … Continue reading Tweak Touch Behavior in Internet Explorer with User Style Sheets

New Internet Explorer VMs for App Compatibility

As many of you may be aware, you can only have one version of Internet Explorer installed at any given time (the exception being that the IE Platform Previews are able to install side-by-side with a released version of IE). Given this, Microsoft has for some time provided virtual machines for the purposes of testing … Continue reading New Internet Explorer VMs for App Compatibility