If you’re an application developer, you face quite a dilemma. You must somehow build applications that are functional, attractive, and work across all browsers. As we learned in this recent post, the last part of that sentence is a big problem.
The problem is, while CSS3 brings some great new styles that can improve nearly any application, it’s not supported by every browser. What does that mean? It means your applications may look great in some browsers, but awful in other browsers.
What can you do about this problem? You can ignore the newer styles until the use of older browsers declines, but that probably won’t happen for years. Besides, this leaves you with ugly and outdated applications, which I know you don’t want.
How well does it work? We tested it and wrote up our findings, which you can read in this tutorial.