Microsoft Web API 4 is coming to Chrome, too


Microsoft has announced that its latest Web API (the successor to WebRTC) 4, which is being supported by the latest version of Windows 10, is now available in the Chrome browser.

The API is part of the next-generation Web API and provides a standardized way for developers to use the latest features and functionality from Microsoft’s Windows APIs.

The Windows APIs are designed to be easy to use for developers and developers can now leverage them to build a variety of web applications, including Windows-based web apps.

Chrome now supports WebRCTs as a part of its web browser.

“The next-gen Web APIs, WebRTS and WebDAV are powerful tools that are helping to democratize access to a wide variety of technologies for building great experiences for all users,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

“With these API 4 features, developers can take advantage of these new APIs to leverage the powerful features of Microsoft’s platform.”

The API has been available in Chrome since the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

It is now supported by Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.

Google Chrome, which makes up about 75 percent of all desktop browsers, has a history of using the API in the past, but it hasn’t been a standard since Chrome Canary in 2015.

Microsoft’s Web API was released to developers in 2016.

The new Web API features in Chrome have been integrated with Microsoft’s other popular products, including Bing and Windows.

Microsoft is also planning to roll out WebRTT to Windows 10 PCs later this year.

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