Since Browserstack . Browserstack is great: tons of browsers (way more than I'd ever install locally) and support for tunneling …doesn't support , an incredibly small percentage of our visits come from . However, our homepage attracts a more general audience, so we wanted to make sure it looked solid in IE as well. Instead of dealing with something slow and complicated on my , I just used
…several SAML profiles. The most popular one that New Relic supports is the Browser/POST profile. You can see a scenario below for an Identity Provider initiated SSO using the Browser/POST profile. The three roles specified in the SAML specification are: Principal (usually a user), Identity Provider ( OneLogin in this example) and Service Provider ( New Relic in this example).
In this scenario:
1. The user logs into the Identity Provider (such as OneLogin) and is authenticated. …
The first thing to do is to measure the size of each of these pieces for the pages you care about. I usually start with the page that users are expected to never the site at, either the public landing page, or right after a Login page for private sites. Modern browsers have …
…being said, we tested again today and found the following (in this updated chart): Client/ Browser Supported Issues Gmail ( Desktop) ✓ Gmail ( Mobile) ✓ If the same email is sent repeatedly Gmail will clip it, causing the layout to appear slightly wonky Gmail (iOS) ✓ Gmail ( Android) ✓ Yahoo Mail ( Desktop) ✓ Yahoo Mail ( Mobile) ✓ Mail ( iOS) ✓ Mail ( OSX) ✓ Email ( Android) ✓ Outlook 2003 ✓ Outlook Express ✓ Outlook 2007…
I hope this web app survives tonight.
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Unfortunately, it's not all good news yet. At this time, IndexedDB is only supported by the following browsers:
As WebSQL is deprecated, it's likely that support for IndexedDB will continue to grow over time as the spec becomes more refined. To find out exactly which browsers (and their versions) support it, try it out at caniuse.com .
It's time for another installment of our " Browser" blog series. Thanks to our Real User Monitoring ( RUM) feature, we are able to periodically report on average browser speed experienced by the end users of the nearly 700,000 application instances monitored by . For the curious, New Relic monitors about 1.4 million web pageviews a day; about 40 billion a month. That's double the number of pageviews we were monitoring at the time of the last browser …
In our previous user interface for application monitoring, we had separate sections for Real User Monitoring ( RUM) and App Server Monitoring, including separate overview screens for both. We've simplified this experience by combining elements of browser and app monitoring onto one overview screen. You can toggle visibility of browser monitoring (versus app monitoring only elements) by clicking on the app/browser toggle button above the main overview charts. Having …
While localStorage is an amazing development, it doesn't mean that every browser vendor supports it equally. The table below to shows which version each of the major browsers supports it.
Currently all modern browsers support localStorage. But you'll have to consider older versions to ensure it implements properly for your users. it properly for your audience.
Table recreated courtesy of html5rocks .
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