Which Mobile Browsers Support Javascript (and Ajax)

Jul 15, 2010

For the web site I'm building (targeted at mobile users) I'm thinking of using some Ajax controls. I'd like to know which mobile browsers do and don't support Javascript and Ajax, so I can know whether I've at least covered the majority of my target market (i.e. iPhone, Droid, Nokia, Opera). If not, I'll have to find an alternative way of presenting my forms.

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