Learn about the cross-company effort around enabling the most amazing apps on the web.
What is Project Fugu?
Project Fugu is an effort to close gaps in the web's capabilities enabling new classes of applications to run on the web.
Why is Project Fugu important?
Watch to learn how we aim to close the capability gap between the web and native, designed in a way that respect users.
Learn about what new, exciting capabilities we're working on.
The idea of running software as complex as Photoshop directly in the browser would have been hard to imagine just a few years ago. By using various new web technologies, Adobe has brought a public beta of Photoshop to the web.
Allow web apps to read or save changes directly to files and folders on the user's device.
The App Badging API allows installed web apps to set an application-wide badge on the app icon.
Let websites read and write arbitrary unsanitized payloads using a standard format applications can opt in to if they wish to support such payloads.
Learn how the Local Font Access API allows you to access the user's locally installed fonts and obtain low-level details about them.
Get information about connected displays and position windows relative to those displays.
Pick the appropriate API to communicate with a hardware device of your choice.
The WebHID API allows websites to access alternative auxiliary keyboards and exotic gamepads.
The Web Bluetooth API allows websites to communicate with Bluetooth devices.
The Web Serial API allows websites to communicate with serial devices.
The WebUSB API makes USB safer and easier to use by bringing it to the Web.
How leading developers build innovative web experiences
Discover how leading developers including Kapwing, Zoom, YouTube, and Adobe have built innovative user experiences with the latest web capabilities.
Bringing Adobe's Creative Cloud to the web
Creative Cloud is a collection of 20+ apps for photography, video, design, web, UX, social media, and more. Learn about some of the steps the Adobe and the Chrome teams took in order to bring Adobe's Creative Cloud to the Web, starting with Photoshop and Illustrator.
SVGcode: Convert raster images to SVG
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, and the File Handling API, and also makes use of Window Controls Overlay customization.
Documentation for Web Platform APIs. Some of them are currently in an experimental status in Chrome. For example, origin and developer trials, or features only found in Canary. The current status of each API is detailed in the documentation.