Major directions of DotNetBrowser development

Last updated on November 01, 2022

In Next Release

  • Device simulation in DevTools

    Allows simulating a specific device to see how the webpage performs.

In Development

  • Chrome extensions

    Allow installing and configuring Chrome extensions.

  • macOS Apple M1 (ARM64)

    Support the ARM64 architecture on macOS.

  • Linux ARM64

    Support ARM64 devices such as Raspberry Pi 3 with Linux and .NET Core 3.0.

  • Chromecast

    Allow using a Chromecast device to show a web content or your screen on your TV.

Planned

  • Windows ARM64

    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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