BRK1301: Microsoft Edge (formerly “Project Spartan”) Overview

[Speaker: Fred Pullen, Prem Mathiyalagan] Windows 10 will feature Microsoft Edge, the first browser with “DO” in mind. It’s personal, productive, and responsive—but most important, it takes you beyond browsing to doing. Learn more about Microsoft Edge in this overview session, and attend the Windows 10 Browser Management session for a deeper dive on managing Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge.

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BRK1301: Microsoft Edge (formerly “Project Spartan”) Overview

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[Speaker: Fred Pullen, Prem Mathiyalagan] Windows 10 will feature Microsoft Edge, the first browser with “DO” in mind. It’s personal, productive, and responsive—but most important, it takes you beyond browsing to doing. Learn more about Microsoft Edge in this overview session, and attend the Windows 10 Browser Management session for a deeper dive on managing Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge.
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  1. Microsoft Edge Overview

    Slide 1 - Microsoft Edge Overview

    • Fred Pullen, Senior Product Marketing Manager
    • Prem Mathiyalagan, Program Manager
    • BRK1301
  2. Slide 2

    • Topic
    • Session
    • Topic
    • Speaker
    • Enterprise Guidance
    • BRK2338
    • Enterprise Web Browsing
    • Fred Pullen
    • How do I upgrade to Internet Explorer 11?
    • BRK2307
    • Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11 Deep Dive
    • Deen King-Smith
    • BRK2312
    • Web App Compat & Modernization for Nerds
    • Chris Jackson
    • Tell me about Microsoft Edge
    • BRK1301
    • Microsoft Edge Overview
    • Prem Mathiyalagan
    • BRK2347
    • Windows 10 Browser Management
    • Deen King-Smith
    • What about security?
    • BRK2319
    • Browser Security Overview
    • Fred Pullen
    • Browser Breakout Sessions at Microsoft Ignite
    • CR
  3. Slide 3

    • The right time for a new browser
    • Enables new experiences on the web
    • Powered by a new rendering engine
    • Works with Internet Explorer 11 to provide interoperability and compatibility
  4. What we’ll cover

    Slide 4 - What we’ll cover

    • EdgeHTML Web Engine
    • New Windows 10 web platform
    • Web Apps
    • New hosted web apps
    • New default Windows 10 browser
  5. What we’ll cover

    Slide 5 - What we’ll cover

    • EdgeHTML Web Engine
    • New Windows 10 web platform
    • Web Apps
    • New hosted web apps
    • New default Windows 10 browser
  6. Slide 6

    • 1995
    • 3
    • 4
    • 1
    • 2
    • 5.5
    • 6
    • 5
    • 7
    • 8
    • 4.x
    • 9
    • 2015
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • HTML4, ES3, CSS2
    • CSS2.1
    • HTML4, ES3, CSS2
    • Modern Web
    • HTML5, SVG, ES5/6, CSS3
    • State of the Web
  7. An evolving world of computing

    Slide 7 - An evolving world of computing

    • Multiple device families
    • PC
    • XBox
    • Mobile
    • Surface Hub
    • HoloLens
    • Multiple form
    • factors
    • Changing
    • expectations
    • “Mobility of
    • experience”
    • Smarter, more personal
    • Always online
    • Wearables+ IoT
    • Changing
    • Environment
    • Security,
    • Privacy
    • Power
    • Natural
    • user input
  8. A break from the past . . .

    Slide 8 - A break from the past . . .

  9. Slide 9

    • Microsoft Edge
    • Only browser with Cortana, to get more done on the web
    • Distraction-free, offline reading
    • Built-in note-taking & sharing
  10. Video

    Slide 10 - Video

  11. Microsoft Edge Demo

    Slide 11 - Microsoft Edge Demo

  12. Microsoft Edge is…

    Slide 12 - Microsoft Edge is…

    • Built for Windows 10
    • Built on the Universal Windows Platform
    • Updated frequently, along with Windows 10
    • Manageable through Group Policy, Mobile Device Management
    • Ready for the future
    • Free from legacy Internet Explorer extensibility points
    • Built on top of modern security protections
    • Able to launch Internet Explorer 11 when needed
  13. What we’ll cover

    Slide 13 - What we’ll cover

    • EdgeHTML Web Engine
    • New Windows 10 web platform
    • Web Apps
    • New hosted web apps
    • New default Windows 10 browser
  14. Compatibility vs. Interoperability

    Slide 14 - Compatibility vs. Interoperability

    • Customers want sites written 10+ years ago to continue working
    • Customers want the modern web to “just work”
    • Developers want the latest and greatest web standards support
    • Why build a new rendering engine?
  15. How do we fix these interoperability differences and preserve compatibility?

    Slide 17 - How do we fix these interoperability differences and preserve compatibility?

  16. Answer: Fork from the past.

    Slide 18 - Answer: Fork from the past.

  17. Slide 19

    • Internet Explorer: MSHTML
    • Interoperability & Compatibility
    • Versioned “document modes”
    • For modern HTML websites, intranet & Enterprise Mode
    • Compatible with ActiveX controls, binary extensions
    • Internet Explorer 11: MSHTML
    • Windows 10 Browsing Engines
  18. To date, we’ve made

    Slide 20 - To date, we’ve made

    • interoperability improvements
    • interoperability improvements in Microsoft EdgeHTML.
  19. Slide 21

    • New Features in preview @ https://status.modern.ie
  20. EdgeHTML UA String Demo

    Slide 23 - EdgeHTML UA String Demo

  21. What we’ll cover

    Slide 24 - What we’ll cover

    • EdgeHTML Web Engine
    • New Windows 10 web platform
    • Web Apps
    • New hosted web apps
    • New default Windows 10 browser
  22. Slide 25

    • Web
    • Win32 & .NET
    • Android
    • Java/C++
    • iOS
    • Objective-C
    • Web AppsCodename
    • Win32 AppsCodename
    • Objective CCodename
    • JavaCodename
    • Universal Windows Platform
    • Windows Store
  23. Hosted web apps

    Slide 26 - Hosted web apps

    • Your web site is the foundation for your Store app
    • Augment the experience using Universal Windows APIs
    • No change to your web workflow
    • Native APIs
    • Native APIs
    • if (window.Windows) {
    • // Create an appointment Windows.ApplicationModel.Appointments.Appointment();
    • }
    • Trip to Barcelona
    • 3/25/2015 All Day
    • Notes: Return to work
    • Feature Detect Windows
  24. WebView Control

    Slide 27 - WebView Control

    • New rendering engine
    • AddWebAllowedObject
    • New APIs: clear data, new window handling, permissions handling
    • Packaged web apps
    • New rendering engine
    • Easier security using Content Security Policy
    • Improvements to hybrid/packaged web apps
  25. Takeaways

    Slide 28 - Takeaways

  26. New experiences on the web

    Slide 29 - New experiences on the web

    • Microsoft Edge delivers new experiences like annotation and Cortana integration
    • Microsoft Edge is built for Windows 10 and ready for the future
    • Powered by a new rendering engine
    • Windows 10 delivers on compatibility and interoperability
    • Microsoft Edge is powered by a new, evergreen rendering engine
    • Microsoft Edge ships with Windows 10 this summer
    • Recap: The right time for a new browser
  27. Next Steps

    Slide 30 - Next Steps

    • Follow our new Blog
    • Upgrade to Internet Explorer 11 to prepare for Windows 10 migrations
    • Evaluate the Windows 10 Technical Preview &
    • send your feedback with the “smiley face” or app
  28. Slide 31

    • Microsoft Edge Resources
    • CR
    • TechNet for IT Pros: technet.microsoft.com/ie
    • MSDN for Developers: msdn.icrosoft.com/ie
    • Modern Standards Support: modern.ie
    • New MSDN Blog
  29. Slide 32

    • Day
    • Time
    • Location
    • Topic
    • Speaker
    • Monday
    • 1:30pm
    • E253
    • Microsoft Edge Overview
    • Fred Pullen
    • 6:00pm
    • Hall A1/A2
    • Ask the Experts
    • Tuesday
    • 9:00am
    • S401
    • Enterprise Web Browsing
    • Fred Pullen
    • Wednesday
    • 9:00am
    • E451b
    • Windows 10 Browser Management
    • Deen King-Smith
    • 3:15pm
    • E451b
    • Browser Security Overview
    • Fred Pullen
    • Thursday
    • 9:00am
    • N427
    • Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11 Deep Dive
    • Deen King-Smith
    • 3:15pm
    • S502
    • Web App Compat & Modernization for Nerds
    • Chris Jackson
    • 11am-5pm
    • N135
    • Drop-In App Compat Troubleshooting Workshop
    • Browser Session Schedule at Microsoft Ignite
    • CR