CSS Animations enable you to create visually appealing rich applications with smooth, fluid, animated experiences. Animations are similar to transitions in that they animate elements as they change position, size, color, and opacity; and as they rotate, scale, translate, and so on. And just as you can with transitions, you can specify timing functions to control the rate of progression of an animation.
The calc() Function
The 'calc()' function can be used wherever length values are allowed: it's a way to do simple math right in your native CSS. The expression within the parentheses is computed at the same time as 'em' lengths are computed.
CSS Exclusions define how inline content flow around elements, extending the content wrapping ability of floats to any block-level element.
CSS Filter Effects allow you to manipulate graphics directly in the browser. You can add a blur, adjust the brightness, change an image to grayscale, and more.
With Flexible Box Layout ('Flexbox'), you can lay out complex webpages more easily and make the relative position and size of elements adjust as screen and browser window sizes change. Flexbox can lessen the reliance on floats and table-based layouts, which are more complicated to position and size correctly.
Gradients are images that transition smoothly from one color to another. Microsoft Edge supports linear, circular, and elliptical CSS gradients, each of which are specified by a gradient line and two or more stop points.
CSS Grid Layout enables more layout fluidity than is possible with positioning using floats or scripts. You're able to divide space for major regions of a webpage or web application, and define relationships between the parts of an HTML control in terms of size, position, and layer. This removes the need to create a fixed layout, which can't take advantage of available space within the browser window.
Relative and absolute length units
Measurements and positions in CSS properties are indicated in length units. Relative units specify a length in relation to another property, and scale better from one output device to another (such as from a monitor to a printer) and in comparison to other page elements. Absolute units specify an exact measurement, such as inches or centimeters, and are useful when you know the physical properties of the output device.
Media Queries enable you to scope a stylesheet to a set of precise device capabilities. Through media query listeners, you can also use script to react to changes in the media or environment in which your page is running.
Media query listeners
Multi-column Layout allows content to flow into multiple columns, which retain a gap and an optional rule between them. It also makes it possible to vary the number of columns based on the size of the browser window.
Newly supported CSS properties and pseudo-classes
Check out the latest CSS properties and pseudo-classes supported by Microsoft Edge.
CSS Regions is a layout feature used to achieve more flexible, magazine-like, content flow through specified regions of the page (for example, flowing text along the contour of a mountain). A single HTML content stream of text and images can be segmented into multiple empty containers defined in a standard HTML template. HTML templates are documents that are mostly empty of original content, but are instead composed primarily of empty containers that are sized and positioned to give incoming content a specific layout.
@supports and window.CSS.supports()
@supports CSS rule gives you the ability to perform a CSS feature query, checking whether a browser supports a feature, then applying the styles for those elements if the condition is met. CSS
CSS Transforms enable you to rotate, scale, move, skew, and translate page elements in 2D and 3D space.
CSS Transitions enable you to gradually change CSS property values over a specified time duration without need for script.