Windows 10: Edge Web Summit 2016 is streaming live April 4th at 8:30 AM PT

  1. Brink's Avatar
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       03 Apr 2016 #1

    Edge Web Summit 2016 is streaming live April 4th at 8:30 AM PT

    Our second annual Microsoft Edge Web Summit begins tomorrow morning in San Francisco, and we couldn’t be more excited to host developers from around the world for a tour of our plans for the Edge platform in the year ahead. We have a few exciting new tools to share with the developer community and lots of in-depth content on what’s new and what’s coming next.

    Sessions include an overview of our new extensions platform (now available for Windows Insiders to preview) and our roadmap for extension APIs, more details on eliminating passwords by building Windows Hello into your site with the FIDO 2.0 APIs, and ongoing improvements to Microsoft Edge that make it the most secure browser we’ve ever shipped. The full schedule is available on Channel 9.

    We’ll be streaming on Channel 9 starting at 8:30 AM PT – you can join the livestream to watch from home or check out the recorded sessions shortly after the event concludes. At 6:00 PM, we’ll wrap up the day with a live Q&A from the audience and Twitter – tweet your questions to @MSEdgeDev with the hashtag #AskMSEdge throughout the day, and we’ll get to as many as we can!

    See you on the livestream!

    ― Kyle Pflug, Program Manager, Microsoft Edge

    Source: Edge Web Summit 2016 is streaming live tomorrow at 8:30 AM PT | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog

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       04 Apr 2016 #1

    New features coming to Microsoft Edge previewed at the Edge Summit

    New features coming to Microsoft Edge previewed at the Edge Summit

    Edge Summit 2016 is officially underway and on display at the event is what’s next for the web platform that powers Windows 10, straight from the engineers who build it.
    At the event, Microsoft showed off some new and upcoming features for their now 8-month-old Edge browser. The new additions and features are divided into customization, favorites, Cortana, and extensions. Full changes and tweaks can be seen below.

    ◾Customize and move around your pinned top sites.
    ◾Open integrated apps for pinned sites straight from the new tab page.
    ◾Tailor Edge to who you are: Select what you want to read about in the news feed.
    ◾Customize the sports, weather modules.
    ◾Use your fingers and gestures to swipe back and forth web pages.

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    ◾New tree view in favorites to make getting back to your favorites easier. Simply drag and drop bookmarks around.
    ◾Streamlined experience to import content from other browsers and have all your stuff in one place.
    ◾Show icons only in the favorites bar.
    ◾New ability to pin tabs.
    ◾In New York Times, you can right click articles and add to reading list. Reading list will show up across devices.

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