Mircosoft's Edge Insider channel roadmap has been updated today which now contains all the upcoming features the browser will receive. There is a slew of new changes and improvements coming.
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Microsoft is working on a new feature that will allow developers to customize the title bar on progressive web apps, making them look more like native apps on each operating system.
Google Chrome 89 is now live, and the company has started warning developers to offer offline experiences for installable PWAs. This will become mandatory with Chrome 93 later this year.
Microsoft has added a hidden flag to the Canary version of the Edge browser, which allows web apps to open as tabbed windows, thus keeping links for the same website in the same window.
Users running Chrome Canary on Windows and Android can now try out app shortcuts for installed PWAs, where supported. This brings a more native feel when long-pressing or right-clicking the PWA icons.
According to a tipster, Twitter appears to be testing an updated UI for its progressive web app that will combine several view customizations and supersede the existing dark mode toggle.
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With the latest version of Google's Chrome browser, users can now install desktop progressive web apps on Windows 10. The update also brings support for public key credentials and more.
The social network today announced that it's testing a new desktop experience for its website, bringing all the features from its Progressive Web App to users who prefer using a web browser
In the next feature update to Windows 10, Microsoft is going to allow users to download Progressive Web Apps from directly within the Edge browser, with a button in the URL textbox.
It appears that the first wave of Progressive Web Apps (PWA) has hit the Microsoft Store, with more than a dozen PWAs now available. More apps will likely make their way soon as well.
In a blog post today, Microsoft confirmed the details of its plan to bring Progressive Web Apps to Windows 10 with the next feature update to the OS. They'll be available through the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has opened registrations for its Edge Web Summit 2017, which will take place in Seattle on September 13, giving developers "a closer look at what's new and what's next" for its Edge browser.
Microsoft's Edge Web Summit will take place in Seattle on September 13, 2017, promising "a closer look at what's new and what's next" for the Edge browser, including EdgeHTML, and the user experience.