Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, W3C, and Samsung have agreed to collaborate to create cross browser compatibility on MDN.
With this move, developers might now start to feel web development will get easier as this helps brings the major web browser providers together.
The existing cross-browser collaboration already adds valuable content on browser compatibility, and this step should help bring this much closer together. In addition, to reflect the closer collaboration, the MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) will now be renamed MDN Web Docs.
Today, Mozilla is announcing a plan that grows collaboration with Microsoft, Google, and other industry leaders on MDN Web Docs. The goal is to consolidate information about web development for multiple browsers – not just Firefox. To support this collaboration, we’re forming a Product Advisory Board that will formalize existing relationships and guide our progress in the years to come. Mozilla Helps Unify Microsoft, Google, W3C, Samsung to Create Cross-Browser Documentation on MDN