Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 5th Jan 2013 16:41 UTC
Internet & Networking Reedit: "A minimalist, elastic and read-only Reddit web-app client, that lets you create custom 'Channels' with up to 3 subreddits each." Probably the first web application I've used that doesn't make me long for something native. Fantastic work.
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Is it just me or...
by GraphiteCube on Sun 6th Jan 2013 15:05 UTC
GraphiteCube
Member since:
2009-04-01

I found that the web application doesn't work properly on IE 10 and Opera 12.12, the console reported some errors, here are the screen captures for your reference:

http://i.imgur.com/I3eZF.png

http://i.imgur.com/g47X6.png

(For IE 10 I tried to switch off tracking protection (which prevents downloading tracking scripts such as those from Google Analytics) but it didn't help.)

While the author did explicitly state on Github page that the web application works properly on WebKit-based browsers, I am quite sad about the current state of web application development: many of them are tested against a specific rendering engine only(WebKit, in this case). Yes, I know many developers hate IE, but I also find that those developers ignored Opera too.

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RE: Is it just me or...
by NuxRo on Sun 6th Jan 2013 15:44 in reply to "Is it just me or..."
NuxRo Member since:
2010-09-25

I agree, there's a developer tendency towards Webkit nowadays which is quite annoying.
I opened an issue on github for the problem I encountered and the developer fixed it even though it was about my "ancient" Centos 6 Firefox version. I recommend you do the same.

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