W3C adopts password-free login standard

W3C approves WebAuthn as the web standard for password-free logins — VentureBeat — “The specification lets users log into online accounts using biometrics, mobile devices, and/or Fido security keys. WebAuthn is supported by Android and Windows 10. On the browser side, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge all added support last year. Apple has supported WebAuthn in preview versions of Safari since December.”


W3C: All major browser makers ‘now implementing Payment Request API’

Standards for streamlined checkout gain traction — World Wide Web Consortium — “With these technologies, users no longer complete web forms to provide payment credentials, shipping information, and contact information. Instead, the user registers support for different payment methods — such as card payments, proprietary native mobile payments, bitcoin or other distributed ledgers, or credit transfers — with the browser or other user agent.”



W3C publishes draft NFC API

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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published a draft specification for an NFC API that will provide web developers with a standard way to access the NFC functionality on an NFC-enabled device... More


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