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Microsoft wants to scan your JavaScript libraries

Joab Jackson | Sept. 27, 2013
Microsoft wants to help Web application framework developers tackle one of their thorniest problems, that of testing their libraries to ensure they work correctly across today's dizzying combination of available browsers and operating systems (OSes).

To help people understand its capabilities, Microsoft ran BrowserSwarm against some of the world's most widely used frameworks, such as Dojo, jQuery and Backbone.js, and provided the reports on the website.

The service is similar to one that Microsoft launched earlier this year called modern.IE, which tests websites for issues such as responsive design, computability issues and adherence to Web standards.

 

 

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