Chrome seems to get support for webbluetooth

May

12

2015

Developers who want to add working on the Chrome browser seem webbluetooth to the browser. With webbluetooth can use a browser via an underlying api bluetooth-compatible peripherals. The technology is already used in Firefox OS.

New Google Chrome logo (75 pix) The possible arrival of webbluetooth for Chrome is to make a recent commit in the open source Chromium code, which is also used by Google’s Chrome browser. Webbluetooth through which developers of the W3C tinkering , is communicated via the dom api browser with bluetooth hardware. To Adjust webbluetooth include secure pairing of devices and set Bluetooth devices.

Mozilla uses webbluetooth currently already in Firefox OS, the mobile operating system Firefox developer. This allows the browser-based Firefox OS devices directly address wirelessly from a mobile phone or tablet. Google may see opportunities to use webbluetooth for Chromebooks.

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