Chrome 67 Brings Support For PWAs, Passwordless Login

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alextheblue

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I can't see the Chrome icon without thinking it's a weird new-generation Pokéball.

Anyway all the work on PWAs and WebAssembly are great. Google, MS, and Apple are all natively supporting PWAs too, which is kind of shocking. Especially Apple.
 

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Hah that does fit the song fairly well.

I don't use Google services when possible but I *am* glad all the big dogs are onboard PWAs/WebASM and deprecating a lot of the proprietary stuff. It will be good to have the same code run everywhere, as an open standard that could be implemented on any OS/browser. It won't completely replace the need for true native software, where max performance is needed... but it's good enough for the majority of software/apps.
 
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