Chrome 89 Released With Various New Web APIs Deemed Stable
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 2 March 2021 at 01:30 PM EST. 9 Comments
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Chrome 89 is out today as the latest stable version of Google's web browser. With Chrome 89 various new APis are deemed stable including WebHID, WebNFC, and Web Serial.

Chrome 89 promoted its WebHID, WebNFC, and Web Serial support with those APIs for HID devices, near field communication, and serial devices being deemed ready for production use.

Chrome 89 also brings Web Share and Web Share Target support to the desktop and other enhancements.


More details on Chrome 89 via the release announcement and the ChromeStatus.com feature list.
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