Internet Explorer Developer Channel
Welcome to Internet Explorer Developer Channel
Internet Explorer Developer Channel provides a sneak peek at Internet Explorer as it's being developed. It does not include all the features that will eventually exist in the next version of Internet Explorer. Features will be added and removed, and many bugs will be introduced, found, and resolved throughout development. Although these releases are designed to help developers understand the direction being taken during development, the Developer Channel releases are not stable versions of Internet Explorer. You should not target applications or websites to any of the Developer Channel releases. In the future, we will release a stable "beta" testing version of IE as development progresses.
What's in Internet Explorer Developer Channel?
WebDriver is a testing framework for developing complex user scenarios and running them in an automated fashion. WebDriver requires separate installation.
Lots of small things and a few big things, ranging from tweaks and improvements in the overall user interface to new features like asynchronous callstack tracing in the Debugger and the ability to import and export sessions in the UI Responsiveness and Memory tools.
The WebGL renderer in Internet Explorer Developer Channel has been updated with improved performance and more feature support. The WebGL renderer now supports triangle fans, instancing when uploading geometries, and a number of GLSL conformance improvements for a Khronos WebGL test suite score of 97%.
Where do I get Internet Explorer Developer Channel?
For more information on Internet Explorer Developer Channel
Visit the Internet Explorer Developer Channel FAQ.