cantuse is like caniuse.com, except that it lists the browsers in which a feature won't work, instead of listing in which it will. I find this a more useful way to look at the data.
Right now this is just a basic commandline utility. A web version will be added soon™.
Install it with
go get arp242.net/cantuse, which will put the binary in
It uses the same data as caniuse.com (https://github.com/Fyrd/caniuse); you'll
need to fetch the
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Fyrd/caniuse/master/data.json > data.json
cantuse to display all data, or
cantuse arrow to search by feature
-ignore to ignore some browsers and always consider them
"supported"; this accepts a comma-separated list of the browser + version as it
appears in the output; for example:
$ cantuse -ignore 'IE 11' $ cantuse -ignore 'IE 11,Opera Mini all'
Browsers with a usage lower than 0.05% are not displayed individually to reduce noise (chances are you don't care about 0.009% of people reported as using IE5.5, or 0.004% usage of Firefox 2). It's still counted in the total supported number though.
Partial support is counted as "supported"; see caniuse.com for more detailed support notes.