NW.js v0.46.4 Released with Node.js v14.5.0
This version updates Node.js to v14.5.0. As mentioned in the recent release notes, almost all the known issues blocking NW1 removal are resolved in this release. I'll wait another 1 or 2 major versions to start NW1 code removal. So it's time to remove the
--disable-features=nw2 switch from your application if you are using it. Report NW2 issues (and CC #7230 if it's blocking) and I'll fix them soon.
Shortly ago I released 0.46 with Chromium 83, which supports Cross-site Scripting Protection, Improved Form Controls, WebRTC Insertable Streams and Safe Cross-origin Resource Sharing and more. Please check Chromium blog for details. For a complete list of all features (including experimental features) in this release, see the Chrome 83 milestone hotlist.
I've made the 0.46 branch ready soon after Chromium beta bumps to 83. Thanks to the testers for their valuable feedback and bug reports. I've been working on 2 branches simultaneously: a released branch on current Chromium stable and a beta branch on Chromium beta.
- Node.js: Update to v14.5.0
Full ChangeLog: https://github.com/nwjs/nw.js/blob/nw46/CHANGELOG.md
Binary for other platforms: https://dl.nwjs.io/v0.46.4/
There are 2 builds for each platform - normal build, and SDK build. Normal build doesn't have devtools, only SDK build does. lt can be opened by pressing F12 (Cmd-Alt-I on OSX). SDK packages also have more development tools to be exposed in the following releases, as well as the NaCl support.
Our build infrastructure enables live binary build from git tip so you can access to the latest binary from https://dl.nwjs.io/live-build/
See our mailing list to discuss on this release: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/nwjs-general/PI2g4Xczwdg/5ETJ6GAeAwAJ