The Microsoft Edge WebView2 control allows you to embed web technologies in your native applications. This article outlines the prospective roadmap for WebView2.
WebView2 is under active development and the roadmap continues to evolve based on market changes and customer feedback. The plans outlined here aren't exhaustive and are subject to change.
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The WebView2 team is planning the following major efforts for future updates:
- MacOS Preview
- Xbox Preview
- HoloLens Preview
- Linux Preview
WebView2 Runtime and Installer
Evergreen distribution mode allows you to target or chain-install the WebView2 Runtime onto your users' machines. The Evergreen WebView2 Runtime and installer has reached General Availability (GA). For more information, see Distribute your app and the WebView2 Runtime.
Fixed version distribution mode allows you to package the Microsoft Edge binaries inside your native application. The Fixed Version has reached General Availability (GA). For more information, see Distribute your app and the WebView2 Runtime.
The following technologies have reached General Availability (GA).
The Win32 C/C++ SDK has reached GA.
The .NET SDK has reached GA.
Windows UI Library 2
You can access WebView2 controls in your UWP applications using Windows UI Library 2 (WinUI 2). This has reached GA.
Windows UI Library 3
You can access WebView2 controls in your applications using Windows UI Library 3 (WinUI 3) with the Windows App SDK. This has reached GA.
Xbox, HoloLens, and XAML limitations
This version of WebView 2 will only work on PC-class devices, offering the full range of capability found in the WinUI 3 variant. Xbox, HoloLens, and XAML Island support requires additional work, and these devices and scenarios may be considered at a future point in time.
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