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How to check Web Worker Support | HTML Web Workers API Code
How to check Web Worker Support

Before learning the web Workers first, we need to check about the browser support. So following is the code which checks whether your browser is supporting or not.


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Example to check the browser support of Web Workers
index.html
Example: HTML
<div id="supported"></div>  
<div id="unsupported"></div>  
<button onclick="worker();">click me</button>  
<script type="text/javascript">  
   function worker()   
   {  
    if(typeof(Worker)!=="undefined"){  
     document.getElementById("supported").innerHTML="Supporting the browser";  
      }  
     else  
      {  
      document.getElementById("unsupported").innerHTML="Not supporting";}  
   }  
</script>  

Output should be:

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