Major directions of DotNetBrowser development
Last updated on November 01, 2022
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Device simulation in DevTools
Allows simulating a specific device to see how the webpage performs.
Allow installing and configuring Chrome extensions.
macOS Apple M1 (ARM64)
Support the ARM64 architecture on macOS.
Support ARM64 devices such as Raspberry Pi 3 with Linux and .NET Core 3.0.
Allow using a Chromecast device to show a web content or your screen on your TV.
Support the ARM64 architecture on Windows.
Chrome Remote Desktop
You can use a computer or mobile device to access files and applications on another computer over the Internet with Chrome Remote Desktop.
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