This is hilarious 😂🤣🤣

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    Do web devs even seriously test for IE anymore outside of the enterprise?
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    Well, babel & hope all the CSS works is all you do for "testing"
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    @starrynights89 Well I don't. I just display a friendly message that the user should switch to a better browser.
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    @dontbeevil it's like a horse that should be dead but is alive and we're still beating it.
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    @starrynights89 I don't even test for IE "inside the enterprise".

    When I descend into the dark pit of styling (as a backend dev), I use Firefox on my laptop.

    Before making a PR on our repo, I load up the branch in safari on an beaten-up iPhone 5, and in Android browser on an even older Motorola Defy (480p, Android 2.2).

    Not browser simulated, just real SHITTY phones. I figure if that works, it's good enough.
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    Didn't know IE is a countryman
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    @bittersweet As a JDBC backend dev I can understand the sentiment. I only test my stuff on Chromium or Firefox, if it works on Blink and Gecko it should be fine everywhere.
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    @starrynights89 Yeah and I've noticed that most stuff "not working" for our customers is more about broken media queries / mobile scaling than about actual browser differences.
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    Is it just me who likes opera?
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