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Browser support

To ensure the best experience for our users, we have defined a list of browsers which have complete or partial support of Mesh components and features.

Support Criteria

Mesh supports the current and previous major releases in the majority of the following browsers. The exception being Internet Explorer which has strict functional support for version 11 only.

Functional support means the function of the component is achieved, but the appearance may not duplicate that of other browsers due to a technical limitation. An example of this is the use of the CSS Grid Layout in our components on Internet Explorer (IE11). As IE11 does not have support for Grid, CSS Flex is used as a substitute to produce the same function, while sacrificing the visual aesthetics found in the Grid version on Chrome, Firefox, etc.

A supported browser does not mean other browsers and versions will not work, it simply states the browsers we are actively testing against to ensure the essential information and features are available to the user.

Supported Browsers

The following table outlines the browsers Mesh supports:

Safari12 and later36.89%There are some older Apple devices and versions of iOS that still rely on Safari 12.
Chrome98 and later32.52%
Edge17 (EdgeHTML), 97 (Blink) and later3.69%Given the engine migration for all platforms from EdgeHTML to Blink, we functionally support the previous major releases for each.
Firefox96 and later1.21%
Internet Explorer11 and later0.15%Receives functional support.

Data provided by Google Analytics. Last updated April, 2022.

Other browsers, such as Opera and mobile browsers (Samsung Internet) have not been included on this list as they receive limited testing during development.


Some browsers cannot natively support certain functionality used by Mesh components. In these cases, a polyfill is required.

As stated by Remy Sharp, who coined the term, polyfill is "a piece of code that provides the technology that you expect the browser to provide natively". In other words, it is code that allows browsers to perform modern functions that are not supported out of the box.

While there is no official polyfill method that we advocate, the following have been used in existing solutions:

When working in Gatsby or NextJS environments, it is advised to use the official plugins where possible. For example, if using the, there is a Gatsby plugin gatsby-plugin-polyfill-io. One thing to note in NextJS environments, you may also need to transpile the Mesh components to work with Next sites.

Report an issue

If you have found a bug in one of the Mesh components, please file a bug report.