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I'm looking for a website that can detect what web features your browser supports, e.g. CSS3 properties, HTML5 localStorage and other Javascript features.

Main reason I ask is because I'm trying to find out exactly what the NetFront browser inside the Nintendo 3DS supports, but can't find any solid documentation online.

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DigitalCoding.com has an online tool which enables you to easily find out information about your web browser and operating environment. This online tool can detect internet browser, IP address, operating system, browser plugins, cookies, HTML5 / CSS3 features and many more.

Detect Internet Browser Settings

A snippet from an example page:


An alternative web service can be found on Cyscape.com. Click on the below link to run the test:

Browser Capabilities Test Page

A snippet from an example page:


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Thanks, the second one doesn't really show anything useful but the first one is perfect. – DisgruntledGoat Dec 15 '11 at 12:56
You're welcome. Glad to help. – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Dec 15 '11 at 19:34

This is also a good site: http://caniuse.com/

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Personally I like this one and how it groups functions and calculates a score.

If you want to compare across browsers without having to test each, quirksmode is quite good.

As far as your specific browser, this page is interesting, listing that NetFront Browser NX v2.0 supports Audio/Video tag, Canvas 2D, Web Workers, Web Storage, WebSocket* (new) and WebGL* (new)

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