Microsoft launched Edge developers blog

In the recently concluded Build 2015, developers conference at San Francisco, Microsoft has announce new web browser Microsoft Edge, an alternative to Internet Explorer. In the web summit held on May 5, the company has launched new developer website for Microsoft Edge. The website still exits in beta state and it is created specifically for the developers, such that they can know more about this latest web browser and updates.


An official statement posted in Windows regarding this developer blog, says

We are launching a beta of new Microsoft Edge developer site, the successor to Modern Internet Explorer. This is our unified resource for web developers looking to learn about Microsoft Edge and team that builds it and is where you can updated versions of our cross-platform testing tools.

This is going to be the one stop portal for the developers to know each and every technical details about Edge browser and the latest updates to it. Team behind this is further working on this developers website and making this as a platform for having an open connection with the web developers.

This website will also provide the latest news of Internet Explorer 11 and its updates which is still available in Windows 10. Though Microsoft announced new browser, Edge for Windows 10, the company decided to continue Internet Explorer in Windows 10.

Edge developers blog will also include the new platform status page, Microsoft Edge change log, latest developers Frequently asked questions and live document of Windows 10, where developers can clear all their queries. Existing developer FAQs in the Microsoft Edge developer site are the compilation of the most commonly asked queries.

If you are the enthusiast web developer and excited about Microsoft’s latest Edge web browser, then click here to stay tuned with the blog. As the site is still in beta version, Microsoft is yet to share further details on its upcoming browser.

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