Microsoft’s developer site of supported Internet Explorer technologies,, is now live and open source on GitHub.

Internet Explorer partner group program manager Sam George announced the site’s emergence from beta in a blog post, along with improvements to it based on developer feedback. shows whether a Web technology is supported in IE, in development or under consideration for future versions. The live site comes equipped with a new “interop” menu for search and filtering as well as deep linking via HTML5 History and Angular routing.

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George also announced several new Internet Explorer features in development, including Web Audio, Media Capture, ES6 Promises and HTTP/2, among others that form what he called “part of our commitment to delivering interoperable implementations for the latest features on the modern Web.”

The entire site code for is available on GitHub.