Update to Modernizr-Server and -Client

Not long ago I forked and made a few modifications to James Pearce’s Modernizr Server repo on GitHub.

And now I’ve finally had the time to do a little more fine-tuning:

My most recent enhancements include:

  1. adding a few tests to make sure the Modernizr tests can run successfully before the process starts,
  2. retaining the classes in the client browser so the tests don’t have to be run again, and
  3. using localStorage to store the Modernizr test results, in order to reduce the cookie overhead (while still falling-back to cookies if necessary).

There is still more work that I’d like to do, documented in the README file, but it is a little more progress.

Let me know what you think!


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