Chrome 104 beta comes with the trial version of Shared Element Transitions and with new video features
The team of Chromium (here for more information) has released the beta version of Chrome 104with new features including a trial version of Shared Element Transitions. This brings simpler and more advanced transition animations to the web platform. But it also offers the first implementation of video region capture, for transmitting a cropped region as video, along with two other new proofs of origin.
How the new Chrome 104 beta works
The main use case of Region Capture are video conferencing applications where developers only need to broadcast part of a browser tab to other participants. Region Capture allows developers to define a cropTarget based on a container, which currently must be a div or an iFrame, and use it to crop a video track of that card.
Below are the first statements regarding the new Chrome 104 beta.
Most platforms provide easy-to-use primitives that allow developers to create seamless transitions,
state from the development team. Then adding
Shared Element Transitions gives developers the same capabilities on the web.
The third is a user who forgoes credit card storage when using the Secure Payment Confirmation API. Developers enable it by passing showOptOut to a builder PaymentRequest. Why wasn’t this part of the spec from the start?
Traditionally, access to the opt-out experience is embedded directly on the relying party’s website. However, in the case of SPC, the relying party may not be part of the web content stream, as the authentication may be initiated from a third party website (e.g. a merchant’s site),
explains the feature status report.
The stable version of Chrome 104 is scheduled for August 2, 2022.
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