by Joan Alba Maldonado (joanalbamaldonadoNO_SPAM_PLEASE AT gmail DOT com, without NO_SPAM_PLEASE)
Your cross-browser brodie!
It is compatible with web browsers, desktop and laptop computers, mobile devices (phones, tablets), desktop and handheld video game consoles, TV sets, smart watches, embedded devices and many others.
It is open source and free.
Main web site: https://crossbrowdy.com/
About & FAQ
Alternatively, from the command line (shell), you can also use one of the following commands to download CrossBrowdy while you are in your project folder:
yarn add crossbrowdy
npm i crossbrowdy
bower install jalbam/crossbrowdy --save
Instead of downloading CrossBrowdy, you can hotlink it by directly pointing to a version available online. For instance this way you will be pointing to the last version:
<!-- "type" and "language" parameters for legacy clients. -->
You can find a list of some CDN providers in the Download section of the official web site. Thanks to them, you will be able to always use the last up-to-date version or even to point to a specific version you may prefer.
Have in mind that including the CrossBrowdy main file from a CDN provider should never be done for production. This hotlinking method can be useful just for testing purposes. Some features might not work properly using this way and availability cannot be always guaranteed.
Here you have a simple example:
My first CrossBrowdy project!<!-- "type" and "language" parameters for legacy clients. --><!-- The "CB_console" element will be used automatically in the case that the client does not support console: -->Console:
Visit the Guides & Tutorials section to get all the information you may need.
Check the Basic tutorial to learn how to use it.
Check the Examples section to see some live examples and learn through their code.
For more technical documentation, visit the API documentation section.
Visit the News section to keep up to date.
Community & Get Involved
CrossBrowdy project was created by Joan Alba Maldonado (aka Juan Alba Maldonado). It also uses some external libraries and "third-party" code. The name of these libraries and the name of the authors of these libraries and that other code can be found in the source code as well as in the splash screen (if it was no disabled) and in the console when CrossBrowdy is loading. As this information may vary with each version, it is not included here.
The content from the API documentation, the content from the official web site, including tutorials, examples, etc. created by Joan Alba Maldonado (aka Juan Alba Maldonado) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (SPDX short identifier: "CC BY 4.0").
The code written by Joan Alba Maldonado (aka Juan Alba Maldonado), which genuinely belongs to the CrossBrowdy project, is licensed under the 2-Clause BSD License (aka "Simplified BSD License" or "FreeBSD License", SPDX short identifier: "BSD-2-Clause").
Apart from that, it is important to have into account that CrossBrowdy uses some external libraries and some code which may have their own license each. It is important to respect each license properly as the responsibility will always lie with you.
See more at "What is the CrossBrowdy's copyright and license?".