Microsoft is teaming up with BrowserStack, a service that provides developers with easy access to different web and mobile testing environments, to offer free remote virtual testing on Microsoft Edge. That's big news for any web developer who doesn't necessarily have access to a dedicated Windows 10 PC or local virtual machine for testing.
BrowserStack's Live testing lets developers work with a virtualized, cloud-based instance of Microsoft Edge that works just like you were using Edge on your own machine. The service's Automated testing lets you run up to 10 Edge test sessions with an automated script.
Microsoft says that BrowserStack will offer 3 versions of Edge to test against. Those include the two most recent stable releases, along with the latest Fast Ring preview release.
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