Friday, September 9th, 2005

Safari 2.0.1: No longer an Ajaxian pain?

Category: Browsers, Editorial

Mention Safari to many JavaScripters, and they sigh. Look at many frameworks, libraries, and components, and you don’t see Safari on the list of supported browsers half the time.

Alex Russell sees some hope with Safari 2.0.1 and maybe beyond?

After much discussion recently with Erik, we decided that Safari was a lost cause when it came to coercing XML documents out of serialized strings. Fortunately, Safari 2.0.1 seems to now include both the DOMParser and XMLSerializer classes that Mozilla implements. Looks like some of the last chinks in Safari’s Ajax armor are finally fixed.

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