Microsoft has long been an advocate for the Web and a champion of the free, open Internet.
Now, the company has announced a new initiative to keep the Web free and open, and it is using its global clout to encourage the next generation of Web developers.
In a post on its blog on Thursday, Microsoft noted that its partnership with the Web Foundation will include a new program, Web 2.0, which will allow anyone to create web applications on a new platform.
In the post, Microsoft said it hopes that the Web 2 to 2.5 platform will help to promote the Web’s role in the digital economy and society.
“As we continue to expand the Web as a platform, we are thrilled to partner with the W3C to create a platform that provides developers with the tools to create truly open and interoperable applications,” Microsoft said.
The Web 2 platform is expected to be available to the public by early 2019.
Microsoft will be working with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to develop the platform.
W3Cs goal is to ensure that web developers can write web applications with an “open standard” and use the W5 platform, which has been used for Web applications since 2005.
The W5 is a new version of the WAMP, the WOW specification, that has been developed by the W1 group of developers.
It is currently being tested on a variety of browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, and Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft has been working with other web companies, including Google and Mozilla, to develop a platform to help developers create Web 2-based apps.
It’s not clear if Microsoft will be using the Wamp platform to develop apps for Windows Phone 8, Windows Phone 10, and Windows 8.1 devices.