Koalati is developed for recent browsers, so we highly recommend you use Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera or Microsoft Edge for an optimal and bug-free experience.

Licenses and credits

Although most of the tests and tools on Koalati are custom-made, we also use some software and librairies that others have made available in order to make our life easier and to better serve our users. Here are the credits and licenses for the external tools and librairies that we use.

Can I Use

Most of the base data for the Browser Compatibility tool is provided by Can I Use (caniuse.com).
This data is made available for use under a CC BY 4.0 license.

Thanks a lot to Alexis Deveria and all other contributors of the project for providing the data and the Can I Use service.
You can find the repository with the Can I Use data on GitHub at https://github.com/fyrd/caniuse.
You can also find Alexis on Twitter.

Browserlist

The Browser Compatibility tool is also made possible by Browserlist (browserlist on GitHub).
Browserlist is made available for use under the MIT license.

Thanks a lot to every contributor of the project.
You can also find Browserlist on Twitter.

PostCSS and Autoprefixer

The Browser Compatibility tool also makes use of PostCSS (https://postcss.org/) with Autoprefixer (Autoprefixer on GitHub) to provide prefixing information.
PostCSS is made available for use under the MIT license.
Autoprefixer is made available for use under the MIT license.

Thanks a lot to every contributor of both projects.

LanguageTool

The Spellchecking tool uses LanguageTool for most of its operations (https://languagetool.org/).
LanguageTool is made available for use under the LGPL 2.1.
You can find all of the LanguageTool source code on the LanguageTool GitHub.

Thanks a lot to the LanguageTool team and all of their contributors.

minimist

Behind the scenes, our life is made much easier by the minimist NPM module (https://github.com/substack/minimist).
minimist is made available for use under the MIT license.

Thanks a lot to James Halliday for developing this project.