The XR in the WebXR Device API stands for Cross Reality which is the term for VR and AR when referred to collectively. This web API is designed to help you bring AR and VR to the web. Let's briefly look at it and some of its use cases.
This web API provides you access to the device’s camera so you can take a picture. You can then download the image on the computer. In this piece, let's take a look at how you can use this API in your project.
The Web Share API provides a simple and easy way to access the operating system’s sharing capabilities to share content across installed applications. In this piece, let's look at this API and how you can use it in your websites.
This web API is designed to hide the default title bar in a PWA so you can customize the area according to your choice. This helps to provide a more of an app-like feel than software running inside a window. Let's take a look at this API in this piece.
This web API returns the geographical latitudes and longitudes and the accuracy to which it is correct. It utilizes the device’s GPS chip to get location. In this piece, let's take a look at what it is and how you can use it in your websites.
WebCodecs is a powerful web API that lets developers access the individual frames of a video. It also helps developers to encode and decode audio and video files. In this piece, let's take a look at this API.