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New in Chrome 84

Chrome 84 is rolling out now! Users can start common tasks within your app with App Icon Shortcuts. The Web Animations API adds support for a slew of previously unsupported features. Wake Lock, and the Content Indexing API graduate from origin trial. There are new origin trials for Idle detection and SIMD. And there’s a whole bunch more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 84!

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Re-rastering Composited Layers on Scale Change

Starting in Chrome 53, all content is re-rastered when its transform scale changes, if it does not have the will-change: transform CSS property. In other words, will-change: transform means "please animate it fast".

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Web Animations API Hits Cross-browser Milestone

Firefox 48 joins Chrome in shipping a native implementation of the Web Animations API.

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Web Animations Improvements in Chrome 50

Better specification compliance and new features coming in Chrome 50.

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Web Animations Resources

Resources and more for the Web Animations API

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Simplified Concepts in Web Animations Naming

In response to developer feedback, some upcoming features of Web Animations are being renamed.

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Web Animations Playback Control in Chrome 39

Learn about Web Animation Playback

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Web Animations - element.animate() is now in Chrome 36

Web Animations define a model for supporting animation and synchronization on the Web platform. element.animate() is the first of those pieces landing in Chrome.

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An implementation of Web Animations 1.0 has landed in Blink powering CSS Animations and Transitions.

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