Microsoft Edge Origin Trials Developer Console
Safely experiment for a fixed period of time and provide feedback on new platform features with Microsoft Edge origin trials
Microsoft PARAKEET Polyfill Testing
Enable the rich HapticsDevice API on PointerEvents for devices that support it.
Web App Widgets
Enable installed web applications to create Widgets for Windows 11 Widget Dashboard
Unique Device Id for PointerEvents
As devices with advanced pen input capabilities are becoming increasingly prevalent, it is important that the web platform continues to evolve to fully support these advanced features in order to unlock rich experiences for both end users and developers.
Gamepad Trigger Rumble for Xbox Controllers
Currently, there are gamepads, like Microsoft's Xbox Controller, which come equipped with "impulse triggers" capable of providing trigger-rumble feedback to the user. While the GamepadHapticActuator, part of the Gamepad Haptics Extension proposal, already provides support for dual-rumble effect, it does not allow developers to have access to trigger-rumble yet. This change will allow game developers to equip their web applications with a wider set of haptics feedback options, making it possible for their users to have a richer and more engaging experience on the web.
PerformanceNavigationTiming for User Agent Launch
Enable website owners to understand how the performance of their applications are affected by browser launch scenarios.
xHE-AAC Support for Edge on Windows
The MsMediaFoundationXHeAac origin trial allows web sites to use MediaSource.isTypeSupported to query the supportability of xHE-AAC audio mimeType by the user agent. If xHE-AAC audio decoding is supported, the user agent can only support the playback of xHE-AAC encoded audio through the MSE/EME protected media path.