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Firefox, Edge Add G Suite features to support offline data access

via:博客园     time:2017/3/26 18:30:14     readed:597

G Suite, which is the original Google Cloud Platform for Google Apps, includes product features such as Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides, Sites, Admin Controllers, and more. As a result of their own products, G Suite in the Chrome browser running capacity Needless to say, also supports offline use, even without a network connection, you can open and edit the document.

Now, Google said it is transforming its G Suite tool, the goal is to be the same in other browsers to work offline. In order to extend offline support, Google rebuilds Google Docs and Google Sheets in the G Suite tool to add offline data access to Service Worker.

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It is reported that Service Worker's capabilities are now built into Chrome and Firefox, and are being added to Microsoft's Edge browser. As for the same large user groups Safari browser, there is no accurate information, the browser's open source WebKit developers said that the support of the Service Worker is still in the "are considering" and "rdquo; stage.

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