New in Chrome 103: HTTP 103 early hints, Local Font Access, AbortSignal.timeout, and more!

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Published on 21 Jun 2022, 17:00
Chrome 103 is rolling out now! There’s a new HTTP status code that helps the browser decide what content to preload before the page has even started to arrive. The Local Font Access API gives web applications the ability to enumerate and use fonts installed on the user’s computer. There’s an easier way to implement timeouts on asynchronous APIs. And there’s plenty more!

Pete LePage has all the details about what’s new for developers in Chrome 103.

Check out goo.gle/3zBMYRO for a deeper dive, including links to docs, specs and samples.

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