Microsoft Edge Test Drive web demos go open-source
Microsoft yesterday announced a new Test Drive Site as a part of its new Edge Developer Site. With its all new Microsoft Edge, the company wants to deliver better interoperability across web browsers so that it works well on any platform and any device. Via this Test Drive Site, Microsoft will be providing the feature demos to web developers to demonstrate how to build interoperable code with every new feature added.
Microsoft Edge Developer Site
Microsoft now makes all these feature demos available as open-course on GitHub, so that the developers can get them hands-on to learn more about it. The sole aim of presenting the Test Drive Site is to help developers play around with the new interface and its features and to get hands-on review and endways experience before the official launch of Windows 10 in July 29.
Microsoft Edge Team writes in the official blog, “As we rapidly approach the July 29th release of Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge, we wanted to get in the spirit of “a break from the past” by launching a new Test Drive as part of the new Microsoft Edge Developer Site”.
Back in 2010, the company launched a similar Test Drive website for its web browser Internet Explorer during IE 9 preview.
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