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  1. Chromium Blog: Connect with Web Intents
Sweet.

…this implementation of Web Intents can help the design discussions in the W3C web intents open standards list. After all, it’s impossible to build a complex API—especially one that requires an ecosystem of apps—without feedback from web developers using it in the wild.
We expect that Web Intents will evolve significantly, potentially in backwards-incompatible ways, asfeedback from real world usage trickles in. Because of its experimental status, the current live version is prefixed and only allows applications to register as services in their Chrome Web Store app manifest.

    Chromium Blog: Connect with Web Intents

    Sweet.

    …this implementation of Web Intents can help the design discussions in the W3C web intents open standards list. After all, it’s impossible to build a complex API—especially one that requires an ecosystem of apps—without feedback from web developers using it in the wild.

    We expect that Web Intents will evolve significantly, potentially in backwards-incompatible ways, asfeedback from real world usage trickles in. Because of its experimental status, the current live version is prefixed and only allows applications to register as services in their Chrome Web Store app manifest.