If you are a web developer and want to keep up with the future of Microsoft Edge, the newly named browser from Microsoft that will debut in Windows 10, then you want to check out the new Microsoft Edge Dev blog.
Microsoft Edge, formerly know as Project Spartan until last week at Build, will be a Universal Windows App browser on all Windows 10 devices.
Like the IEBlog before it, this is where the Microsoft Edge team will share with you the latest on our activities, including the latest updates to the browser and the evolution of our product vision. You will also see a regular stream of technical, deep-dive content in an effort to further our goal of building an open conversation with web developers and enthusiasts.
This will also be your go-to source for Internet Explorer news and updates as we continue to maintain Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10. To make this transition as seamless as possible for our thousands of loyal readers, we’ve migrated the RSS feed for the IEBlog to point here.
This site now includes the following tools & resources for you as a developer:
- A new Platform Status page: We’ve updated StatusIE based on your feedback to make it easier to filter and find the information you are looking for.
- A Microsoft Edge change log: As we ship faster and more openly than ever, including early previews through the Windows Insider Program, we saw a need to provide an up-to-date listing of what’s new in each preview and stable release.
- A new developer FAQ: We’ve compiled the most common questions from our #AskIE chats so you can find the answers to your questions about Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10. This will be a living document – you can always reach out to @MSEdgeDev if your questions don’t appear here. Maybe we’ll add yours next!
- We’ve updated our TestDrive website, where you can find open source and interoperable demos showing off the latest web platform technologies supported by Microsoft Edge.
Looks like this will be the go to source for information on Microsoft Edge as the browser progresses through the Windows Insider program and ultimately the RTM of Windows 10.