Google has updated its Chrome browser, making it clear to users, among other things, what content a web application can make available offline. The novelty is in Chrome 80, which is currently in beta.
Google has developed the Content Indexing API for the new functionality. Developers can add metadata to available offline content, with the browser displaying it in a list for the user. It is also possible to remove content there.
Making offline content more comprehensible is actually intended for Chrome version 82. However, the beta version of Chrome 80 has been experimenting with it since its introduction. Incidentally, in this version of the Chrome browser, support for a number of functions is also discontinued, including support for FTP.
Google has released Chrome 80 as a beta for Android, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, and Windows. A final version is expected sometime soon.
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