At the Edge Web Summit in San Francisco, Microsoft unveiled a new Edge Issue Tracker and Edge Platform Data website for Microsoft Edge and Edge HTML. The event started with Microsoft laying their plan on how it wants to change and improve the ways in which its new Edge browser interacts with the users and the developer community.
Microsoft also announced the launch of a new Platform Data site where the users can know more about API usage (exclusively Global CSS property usage). It is much evident from the name itself that the Microsoft Edge Issue Tracker allows the developers to submit bug reports on the Microsoft Edge or HTML, search for present bugs and help Edge engineers to fix the issues. The new Platform Data site allows the users to know more about API usage. The Internet-scale data works as a very powerful tool, which helps to get a better understanding on what properties, are important to the real web and what APIs are inter-operable across different browsers. With this launch, user can access the same data which is used to plan the future of the web platform and further use it enhance own development.