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Progressive Web Apps
The writable files API is being designed to increase interoperability of web applications with native applications, making it possible for users to choose files or directories that a web app can interact with on the native file system.
We strongly believe that every developer should have access to the capabilities they need to make a great web experience, and we are committed to a more capable web. Learn about some of the new APIs we're considering and how you can get involved.
Signed Exchanges allow websites to sign web content in the way that the content can be safely redistributed and verified where it was originally from. Chrome is experimenting with this starting in Chrome 71.
WebAssembly threads enable an application to make use of parallel threads running while sharing the same memory address space. This enables libraries and applications that rely on pthreads to be ported to run in the browser. This feature is being run under an origin-trial to solicit feedback from the developer community.