The Oculus Quest 2 is a virtual reality (VR) headset created by Oculus, a division of Meta. Developers can now build and distribute 2D Progressive Web Apps that take advantage of Oculus Quest 2's multitasking feature.
A skeuomorphic attempt at recreating a solar calculator on the web with the Window Controls Overlay API and the Ambient Light Sensor API.
Launch handler lets you control how your app is launched, for example, whether it uses an existing or a new window and whether the chosen window is navigated to the launch URL. This also enqueues a `LaunchParams` object in the launched page's `window.launchQueue`, similar to the File Handling API.
SVGcode is a Progressive Web App that lets you convert raster images like JPG, PNG, GIF, WebP, AVIF, etc. to vector graphics in SVG format. It uses the File System Access API, the Async Clipboard API, the File Handling API, and Window Controls Overlay customization.
The EyeDropper API enables authors to use a browser-supplied eyedropper in the construction of custom color pickers.
`preventDefault` and `stopPropagation`: when to use which and what exactly each method does.
Manage yourself how the browser deals with content occlusion when a touch device's virtual keyboard appears.
The `Sec-CH-Prefers-Color-Scheme` client hint header allows sites to obtain the user's color scheme preferences optionally at request time, allowing servers to inline the right CSS and therefore avoid a flash of incorrect color theme.
The Storage Foundation API resembles a basic file system, with direct access to stored data through buffers and offsets. It gives developers flexibility by providing generic, simple, and performant primitives on which they can build higher-level components.
Let installed PWAs handle URLs for a more integrated experience.
Declarative Link Capturing is a proposal for a web app manifest property called `"capture_links"` that lets developers determine declaratively what should happen when the browser navigates to a URL that is within the application's navigation scope, from a context outside of the navigation scope.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Unless you understand it. My name is Thomas Steiner, I work in Developer Relations at Google and in this write-up of my Google I/O talk, I will look at some of the new Fugu APIs and how they improve core user journeys in the Excalidraw PWA, so you can take inspiration from these ideas and apply them to your own apps.
The Handwriting Recognition API allows you to recognize text from handwritten input as it happens.
Let installed PWAs handle links that use a specific protocol for a more integrated experience.
The content of a `MediaStreamTrack` is exposed as a stream that can be manipulated or used to generate new content.
Make use of the title bar area next to the window controls to make your PWA feel more like an app.
Enable the user to share data beyond the browser window.