Here are some of the features Microsoft is working on for Project Spartan


Microsoft recently revealed its upcoming browser, Project Spartan. Although the browser isn’t available for users just yet, there has been a decent hype about the browser. Now, in a conference with key partners and developers, Microsoft shared some info on Project Spartan. Microsoft has also shared some features that the company is currently working on for Project Spartan. Here are the features that Microsoft is currently working on:

  • ASM.js (JavaScript)
  • Cross-domain front loading (CSS3)
  • Default parameter (JavaScript)
  • Filters (CSS3)
  • Generators (JavaScript)
  • <img secret> (HTML)
  • HTML sections in Accessbility API (HTML)
  • Meta Referer
  • Motion JPEG
  • Pointer/Mouse Lock (HTML)
  • RegExp Built-ins (JavaScript)
  • WebRTC – Object RTC API
  • Media Capture and Streams
  • ARIA role “none” (HTML)

Microsoft has confirmed that Project Spartan will ship with the upcoming Windows 10 Build. However, the company hasn’t yet announced when the upcoming build will be available for Windows Insiders. Nonetheless, what do you think of the features that Microsoft is working on for Spartan? Discuss in the comment section below.

Source: @stefsull – Via: Neowin

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