Microsoft is learning from its mistakes for its Internet Explorer successor
Internet Explorer might not be open source, but Microsoft is trying to make its successor a little more flexible to third parties. The software giant is currently building Project Spartan, a new browser that will succeed Internet Explorer in Windows 10. As part of the company’s work, it’s partnering with “major Web entities” to help improve its web platform. This is a first for Microsoft, and it means that companies outside of Redmond will be able to contribute code to Project Spartan.
Adobe is the first of many to improve Project Spartan
Microsoft is planning to detail its various partnerships in the coming months, starting with Adobe this week. “In the past, it was challenging for Adobe (or anyone external to Microsoft) to make…
Source:: The Verge