Last month, Microsoft announced details of its third annual Edge Web Summit, and promised that it would open registrations for the event in July. Now, as expected, the company is allowing those who wish to attend the event to sign up.
This year, the conference will be held in Seattle, Washington, close to Microsoft's global headquarters in Redmond. The Edge Web Summit is described by Microsoft as "your one stop to see what's next for the web on Windows." It will include "a closer look at what's new and what's next for Microsoft Edge", following several browser-related announcements at the company's Build 2017 developer conference in May.
Microsoft's Edge Web Summit site explains:
The main track is 14 jam-packed technical sessions, covering everything from performance, accessibility, and test guidance, to brand-new tools and APIs for building Progressive Web Apps on Windows, adding payments and biometric authentication to your sites, and building modern layouts with new CSS features like CSS Grid.
The one-day event will take place on September 13, 2017; you can register, and find out more about what to expect, at summit.microsoftedge.com.