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Full support for new WAI-ARIA 1.1 roles, states, and properties which define new accessible user interface elements since WAI-ARIA 1.0. Microsoft Edge currently supports the following ARIA roles: none, article, definition, log, math, note, scrollbar, application, banner, complementary, contentinfo, form, main, navigation, search; and ARIA properties: aria-atomic, aria-autocomplete, aria-dropeffect, aria-grabbed, aria-label, aria-multiline, aria-orientation, aria-sort, aria-valuetext. Note that WAI-ARIA support is complex and not fully implemented in any browser.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    In Development in Chrome

  • Firefox

    In Development in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Not Supported in Opera

  • Safari

    In Development in Safari

Provides an API for notifying a Service Worker that the user has come back online, or to schedule periodic events to synchronize local data with the server.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    In Development in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

The Cache API consists of additional ServiceWorker APIs which allow authors to fully and conveniently manage their content caches for offline use. An origin can have multiple, named Cache objects, whose contents are entirely under the control of Service Worker scripts.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported 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

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Deprecated in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Not Supported in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Allows dragging and dropping entire folders using HTML5 Drag and Drop. Extends the DataTransferItem with a method to get a FileEntry/DirectoryEntry.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Option to mark an event listener to fire only once

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

This will update our current implementation, from IE10, to support some of the following: the implicit grid, grid-template-* syntax, subgrids, or grid-gap.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

CSS properties that control the position and size of replaced content within the content box

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Provides an API to mark event listeners as "passive", primarily to allow for scrolling performance improvements

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

position: sticky is a new way to position elements and is conceptually similar to position: fixed. The difference is that a stickily positioned element behaves like position: relative within its parent, until a given offset threshold is met.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    In Development in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Provides webapps with scripted access to server-sent notifications.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

ServiceWorkers (formerly Navigation Controllers) are a new system that provides event-driven scripts that run independent of web pages. They are similar to SharedWorkers except that their lifetime is different and they have access to domain-wide events such as network fetches.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Shared memory and atomics for ECMAscript.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Not Supported in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    In Development in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Expose constructible URL objects that can be manipulated and combined.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

This specification defines a JSON-based manifest, which provides developers with a centralized place to put metadata associated with a web application.

  • Microsoft Edge

    In Development in Microsoft Edge
    on Desktop, Mixed Reality, Mobile and Xbox

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari