Announcing the new version of the Google web browser on the beta channel for Windows, Mac, and Linux, the Chrome team said the new version:
“Contains our usual performance and stability settings under the hood, but there are also some great new features to explore.”
An improvement in the new version is a file management API that developers can use to declare web applications as file managers for files created and processed by their application. Explaining the new feature, Chrome developers gave the example of a PWA text editor that registered itself as a file manager, and a developer who could right-click a .txt file in the manager. operating system files and instruct this PWA to (always or once) open the .txt files.
Several trial features are included in the new version, including shared item transitions. These can be used to configure a set of transitions in Single Page Applications (SPA) and Multiple Page Applications (MPA). Transitions make it easy to create transitions of single-page applications because they avoid having to coordinate animations and DOM manipulations to achieve the desired effect. Multi-page application transitions are also possible whereas without shared item transitions, each page can only control the content of its own view.
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