In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about IE11 — should you support it, what to be aware of if you do, and what data is important in making that decision.Sentry - Sponsor
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03:21 - When was IE11 made?
03:48 - When is it deprecated?
04:44 - How to make the decision?
- Look at your analytics
- Look at your users
- Is a 2% drop in sales worth it?
09:00 - What doesn’t IE11 have? What can you start using now that IE11 is gone?
- Modern Flexbox
- CSS Grid
- CSS Variables
10:26 - Can you partially support it?
- Major features
- Progressive enhancement
- Gracefully degrade
11:16 - What about testing?Links Tweet us your tasty treats!