34 Ways to Save Time on Manual Cross Browser Testing, Part 3: Methods 21-34
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Welcome back! If you missed Part 2, you can check it out here.
21. Study the Browser Landscape for the Target Markets
In our last article, we discussed the importance of testing on browsers that really matter, i.e. browsers that are more prevalent. Hence, before you start designing and coding your website/web app, it is important to have a look at resources like CanIUse which outlines features that are supported on different browsers. For example, you can check whether CSS Grid Layout would work on Safari or not. It is a good starting point to know your target audience and develop features that keep your target audience in mind.