extension ExtPose

Can I Use?

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Can I Use? - Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

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Description from store Version 0.6 =========== - Retina icon in manifest - Cleanup design - Updated data from caniuse.com ---- caniuse.com unofficial chrome extension. Souce code on Github: http://github.com/marcelomazza/caniuse-chrome-extension @mazzamarcelo ---- Version 0.5 =========== - Changes browser icons (now they are flat) - Now we only show the most used browsers - Design tweaks - Updated feature-list.json Version 0.4 =========== - Improved L&F details - Added a link to the original source in caniuse.com (Thanks Neil Carpenter) - Improved autocomplete usability - Added visual reference (Thanks Eze de Martiis) v0.3 / added autocomplete v0.2 / new icon v0.1 / initial release

Latest reviews

  • (2015-07-17) very helpful to not always have a CIU tab open in the browser
  • (2013-07-26) Please allow us to save settings for browsers. I couldn't care less about opera and blackberry in my line of work.
  • (2013-01-25) Pablo Celsi: Very useful, excellent application for web developers! :)
  • (2012-11-13) Ded Sec: I wonder how i managed to survive in HTML/CSS swamp.
  • (2012-10-04) Eze De Martiis: Muy útil para saber que características son soportadas en los navegadores. Es muy cómodo para cualquier persona que desarrolle, diseñe o trabaje con y para navegadores web. Como adicional, una escala de los colores, a modo de puntuación no estaría mal..

Latest issues

  • (2018-01-04, v:0.5) Incorrect details for CSS Grid Layout
    I searched for Grid - selected CSS Grid Layout from the suggestions and the results shown were incorrect. Clicking on the link to open the same page on caniuse.com and it showed very different results. Specifically it was showing IE10 & 11 as supporting it and everything else not. I can only think it has somehow picked up the earlier Grid spec instead of the current.


353 history
4.9 (7 votes)
Last update / version
2016-11-13 / 0.5
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