Dashlane claims edge does not support a certain feature to enable them to write a plugin:
Please do whatever is needed to get dashlane working on edge, it's really in excusable to not have such a popular app supported. I would then use edge immediately, thank you57 votes
We’re pleased to announce that Dashlane support is now available for Microsoft Edge! Please check out the following links for more:
For now very limited number of developers allowed to publish own extension in Microsoft Store and make own work available to users. Also there is no any way of how everyone else can be notified that extensions publishing to Microsoft Store is already possible. At least I hope that this issue can serve for this purpose, for everyone who vote for it.168 votes
Thank you for the feedback! We did start with a small number of publishers to validate the Edge extensions platform but have since updated and streamlined the Store submission to accept submissions from anyone. The extensions are still vetted for security, performance and other considerations but you can see that they are now being added at a much faster pace.
The documentation has no single page (or if there's one, it's so hidden that I wasn't able to find it) that shows how to create extension.
Please provide a correct documentation to get started writing extension - or highlight the existing one if any.
I guess the adoption of Edge is directly tied to the number of available extensions, which is very low by now.15 votes
Thanks for the feedback! We have some new documentation published including a tool that helps port Chrome extensions:
Add support for SharedArrayBuffer :
SharedArrayBuffer is now enabled by default in Edge 16.
This shipped today with EdgeHTML14, as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary update.
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