There's a new optional `id` property as part of the web app manifest spec, that allows you to explicitly define the identifier used for your PWA. Adding the `id` property to the manifest removes the dependency on the `start_url` or the location of the manifest, and makes it possible for them to be updated in the future.
Starting in Chrome 95 Beta, an origin trial allows sites to opt into receiving the reduced user agent string, which will contain only the browser's brand and significant version, its desktop or mobile distinction, and the platform it's running on.
Lighthouse 8.4 now guards against lazily-loading LCP images and failing FID without a mobile viewport.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 94 to help you plan.
This post explains the components of the RenderingNG architecture, and how the rendering pipeline flows through them.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 92 to help you plan.