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windowscentral - 1 month ago

Microsoft s unified Edge code means more features for mobile

Microsoft is unifying the codebases of Edge s mobile apps and Edge on the desktop. What you need to know Microsoft is working to unify the codebase across all platforms. Right now, Edge is split across different codebases and versions on different operating systems. The unification could see the Android and iOS versions of Edge come closer to parity with the more up-to-date Windows version. Microsoft plans to unify the codebases of Microsoft Edge across multiple operating systems. Right now, Edge apps on mobile platforms are based on different codebases than the desktop version. As a result of this, you see things like Edge on Android being based on version 77 while Edge on desktop is based on Edge 89. Microsoft aims to fix this, and to improve the efficiency of Edge s development across platforms, by unifying Edge codebases across platforms. Not sharing a codebase creates redundancy of effort. For example, when Microsoft built the Collections feature for Edge, the feature was ...


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