Dive into a fantastic collection of new patterns for media apps. Grab the user's screen, add video Picture-in-Picture mode, create audio effects, record from the mic, or customize media notifications.
The Web Audio API makes it possible to properly achieve AV synchronization.
A set of client hint headers allows sites to obtain the user's media preferences optionally at request time, allowing servers to inline the right CSS for performance reasons.
Pick the appropriate API to communicate with a hardware device of your choice.
Web apps can now disable mouse acceleration when capturing pointer events.
What it takes to change icons, shortcuts, colors, and other metadata for your PWA
Pan, tilt, and zoom features on cameras are finally controllable on the web.
App shortcuts give quick access to a handful of common actions that users need frequently.
How to integrate with hardware media keys, customize media notifications, and more.
Reading and writing to NFC tags is now possible.
This post explores the experimental WebGPU API through examples and helps
you get started with performing data-parallel computations using the GPU.
Ensuring buttery smooth video playback across all devices.
How to accelerate your media playback by actively preloading resources.