Microsoft is excited to announce that they will be collaborating with the web-testing service BrowserStack along with mobile.It is also contributing remote virtual testing across it Edge browser, with no charges.They have come up with this innovative idea, there should not be any restrictions for testing on a particular version of the program, this would restrict them in using only PCs running Windows 10 or virtual machines.Now by this approach, the user can run BrowserStack’s live testing services on any of the WebRTC-capable browsers on MacOS, Linux or the older versions of the Windows.
Live testing service also supports cloud-based instances of the Edge browser over the WebRTC, that enables developer in interacting with browser assuming that it is installed on a local machine.As testing is becoming more automated, as part of this collaboration, BrowserStack’s Automated component is offered free.So up to 10 instances of Edge can be tested on it, via script and by using Webdriver API.
Microsoft said that: “To ensure you can test against all possible versions of Microsoft Edge that your users may be using, BrowserStack will be providing three versions of Microsoft Edge for testing: the two most recent “Stable” channel releases, and the most recent “Preview” release (via the Windows Insider Preview Fast ring).”
Related to the current and the forthcoming versions of the Windows, the user can run everything they need across EdgeHTML 14, that is included in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.EdgeHTML 15 that will be releasing in the near future will be available on the once the updates go live on April 11. Integration with BrowserStack will be completing a few weeks later.