Pointer events unify the pointer input model for the browser, bringing touch, pens, and mice together into a single set of events.
Touch action is a simple way to define how a user can interact with an element.
auxclick takes the place of the
click event for non-primary mouse buttons, starting in Chrome 55.
Two new attributes bring consistent keyboard event handling to the web.
In Chrome 50, you can now interact with your FormData instances before sending them on their journey.
A simpler method to rationalize your mouse and touch logic for when there is no PointerEvents
Chrome for Android (v31.0.1650+) has just landed support for audio input via the Web Audio API!