Excellent Export, IE and Security

Following on from supporting large Client-side spreadsheets in Chrome, I’ve extended my pull request to also support IE, which uses its own proprietary Javascript method. Because, Microsoft. And all was good with the world. Until a Microsoft update broke HTML-formatted XLS files. Because, Microsoft. If you support XLS downloads on your site, and your users… More Excellent Export, IE and Security

Excellent Export and the Chrome URL limit

One key difference between junior and senior developers is that when they encounter a bug, senior developers are much more likely to blame themselves before others, because experience moves you up the Dunning-Kruger curve. I was given a bug report recently where Chrome was unable to download a particular spreadsheet, and IE didn’t work either.… More Excellent Export and the Chrome URL limit