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Microsoft work to bridge the app gap on Windows 10 with Progressive Web Apps has gained a boost thanks to support in Google Chrome 70.
While the listings for the Google Progressive Web Apps are stile live the third-party applications are currently unavailable.
Progressive Web Apps for the Microsoft Store will be introduced with Redstone 4, but are not going to replace UWP applications.
The next major Windows 10 build will introduce Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to PC users after Microsoft worked with Google on development.
Microsoft Edge WebView2 is now available to all developers on .NET 5, .NET Core, and .NET Framework for Windows 10.
Google is leveraging the Web Share API to bring native Windows 10 web sharing to its ChromeOS platform on Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft last week announced the full release of Blazor WebAssembly, which is billed as a replacement for Silverlight.
Firefox 78 Nightly allows users to install websites and run them like apps using the SSB model instead of PWAs like Google and Microsoft.
Microsoft Edge Beta can now choose to automatically blog the installation of toolbars, adware, and other unwanted programs.
WebView2 is now more widely available and Microsoft says it will update the developer tool through Microsoft Edge to ensure uniformity.
However, while Windows 10 apps dwarf iOS and Android’s, the Microsoft Store is still limited, and the total does not reflect how customers use apps.
Progressive Web Applications allow web-based services to run on Windows 10 like apps. Microsoft has bolstered content availability with 7 new additions.
In a big step forward for the Universal Windows Platform, Microsoft is bringing multi-instance app support to Windows 10.
According to sources, Julie Larson-Green will replace corporate VP Kirk Koenigsbauer who will take a role inside the unit headed by chief marketing officer Chris Capossela.
Users can now configure Microsoft Edge Progressive Web Apps to run on startup, available on Windows 10 and MacOS.
Microsoft has proposed adding URL Protocol Handler Registration support to Chrome through Progressive Web Apps.
With the release of Chrome 70, Windows 10 users will see Badge notifications appear on progressive web apps pinned to the taskbar.
The Insider Dev Tour will give participants a look at Microsoft's latest technologies, including Progressive Web Apps, Mixed Reality, AI, and more. It will debut in London on June 1 and will visit different cities throughout the month.
Project Nucleus will start as a feature for Microsoft Lists, allowing offline work, before branching into other Microsoft services.
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