A Businessperson's Guide to Web Development
Mosaic, was the first web browser and was autored by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Although the project was abandoned in January of 1997, some of the original NCSA code lives on in the current release of Microsoft Internet Explorer and was used to write early releases of Netscape's browser.
This browser is no longer in use and developers do not need to test site for backwards compatibility with Mosaic.
IIS Related QuestionsWhat is Mosaic?
Do other browsers use Mosaic's source code?
Should sites still be tested for compatibility with Mosaic?
AAOL (America Online), Apache, ASP, ASP.NET
CC, C++, C#, Cold Fusion (CFML), Cross-Browser Compatibility, CSS
FECMAScript, Filemaker, Flash, Frontpage
HHand Coding, HTML
IIIS (Internet Information Services), IE (Internet Explorer)
LLAMP, Lasso, Linux
MMacromedia, Microsoft, Microsoft SQL Server, Mosaic, Mozilla, MySQL
PPERL, PHP, Python
SSafari, Search Engines, Spam
VVisualBasic, VisualBasic.NET, Visual C++, Visual C++.NET
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