At the Chrome Developer Summit we announced the latest milestones in Web Bluetooth being available in Chrome for Android and Chrome OS. We also discussed the great match with the Physical Web project. Check out the video: Demo source code: https://github.com/webbluetoothcg/demos
If you’re at W3C TPAC, there are some interesting breakout sessions today. I’m running a session in room 108 from 14:30 to 15:30 on device APIs (including Bluetooth, NFC, USB and more), their privacy implications, and the permissions we should … Continue reading
We’re meeting Monday afternoon at 3pm in room 201 together with the Web NFC group. If we need more time, we’ll also meet in a hallway session about 3pm Tuesday. My apologies for not getting this up on the CG … Continue reading
The Chrome team has just announced a developer preview for the Web Bluetooth API on ChromeOS’ dev channel. It’s still missing a bunch of pieces, but you can discover a device and read and write its characteristics. Please try it … Continue reading
The group has been busy on GitHub, primarily with specification work, but also with supporting code in adjacent repositories in the WebBluetoothCG GitHub organization. Participate using GitHub’s tools which enable following projects, filing issues (e.g. spec issues), submitting pull requests, etc. Email notifications make … Continue reading
We’ve had some initial discussion on the mailing list, and there’s an early specification draft at https://github.com/WebBluetoothCG/web-bluetooth. We’re looking for comments on the spec, either filed as issues or on the mailing list. As the specification matures and gets some … Continue reading
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