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DHTML, Standards and Browser Compatibility

, 28 Aug 2013
This article describes some of the common challenges involved with developing interactive HTML interfaces, along with some ideas for how to solve them. We’ll also take a look at some of the fundamental problems with developing highly-interactive Web interfaces.
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