Microsoft Edge Platform Status

View the status of web platform features in Microsoft Edge (Chromium) and Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML).

Note: This is not an exhaustive list of features. We will add more features to this list over time.

Features (13 Results)

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CSS properties for aligning boxes within their container. Allows for true vertical centering among other features.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    In development in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    In development in Chrome

  • Firefox

    In development in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Specifies a gradient where the color stops are placed around the circumference of a circle.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    In development in Safari

Increases interoperability with the web by relaxing domain and licensing metadata restrictions for EOT, WOFF, and TrueType fonts. Development work for IE is currently for Windows Phone only.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Deprecated in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Deprecated in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Extends the CSS sizing properties with keywords that represent content-based "intrinsic" sizes and context-based "extrinsic" sizes, allowing CSS to more easily describe boxes that fit their content or fit into a particular layout context.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    In development in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    In development in Safari

Defines how user agents map the Digital Publishing WAI-ARIA Module markup to platform accessibility APIs.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Not Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Not Supported in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

This specification provides basic geometric interfaces to represent points, rectangles, quadrilaterals and transformation matrices that can be used by other modules or specifications.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Adds a function-like import() module loading syntactic form to JavaScript. Enables dynamically loading parts of a JavaScript application at runtime.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Unhandled exceptions trigger the 'window.onerror' callback (or 'self.onerror' inside Workers) for centralized handling. The 5th parameter will have the exception itself.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Certificate public key pinning is a mechanism which allows specifying a key that must be present in the certificate chain associated with a domain name. HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) is one way of doing certificate public key pinning. In this method, site owner defines pin rules for his domain name via HTTP header. This mechanism assumes that user has had a first clean connection to the site.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Enables push notifications from the server received as DOM events.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari